I noticed that the new 2-disc DVDs for Singin' In The Rain, Amadeus: Director's Cut, and One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest: SE all have a little card advertising Turner Classic Movies. The back of the little card brought a smile to my face... "NO CUTS. NO COMMERCIALS. NO COMPETITION. Movies aren't just entertainment. Movies are magic. The illusion that keeps reality at bay, war or depression be dammed. The ticket to other worlds, past lives, and future generations. That's why we push preservation. Respect the letterbox. Never edit films. Never, ever show commercials. TCM brings you classic movies without the clutter and chaos." Hmm...do you think some DVD studios and TV channels could take a pointer from WHV and TCM?