In their recent chat, those at Warner Bros. DVD department reiterated their policy against ever releasing any unrated or NC-17 films, and against licensing these titles to others so they could be made available. They did not state why this long-time policy exists, or if there is anything that can be done to change it. I was unable to participate in the chat, but this is what I want to know -- will Warner respond to any campaign to change this policy, or does it exist for some other reason, like their affection for Snapper cases? I would love to see some of the '70s most provocative classics -- "Performance," "The Devils," etc. -- available on DVD, and I won't see "Eyes Wide Shut" unless I can see it without the ridiculous post-production tampering. I'm disappointed that this doesn't seem like it will ever happen. Anyone have any ideas about how to change WB policy?