Okay guys, seriously, enough is enough surely? Week after week I'm reading reviews of new BD releases and week after week Warner Bros is delivering the most disappointing discs, certainly on catalogue titles. There are four gripes (two of them major) that I have: 1. Their discs don't default to the HD audio track and, because there's no menu (another issue!), it's necessary to fiddle with the remote (audio settings) after the movie starts. Distracting and unnecessary. 2. Many of their catalogue titles seem to be plagued by redundant DNR and edge enhancement, their forthcoming release of The Pelican Brief being the latest example. 3. Extra features on catalogue titles seem to be non-existant (although this is a personal gripe and I guess their early DVD titles were no different) 4. The paper they use for their covers is recycled rubbish and cripples under the plastic over as soon as you take off the shrink wrap (at least on the titles I have!). Again a fairly minor thing but something else that sets Warners a step below the rest. And that's before you consider individual glitches like the pixelisation on The Matrix Revolutions which, AFAIK, is yet to be addressed. It's getting so bad that my heart sinks when a WB title is announced and I have to think twice - three times! - before buying it. It's gutwrenching that they also own the New Line catalogue (New Line DVDs were absolutely sublime!) Warner Bros. used to be so great. They used to come here and chat. They used to listen to feedback. They used to take pride in their product (give or take those wretched DVD snapper cases!). What happened? As the premier home theater forum on the internet, isn't there something that we can do? Or at least get our "issues" noted?