I'm not talking about bad sound or video quality, lack of extras, missing footage, MAR, or any of that stuff. It's a more general question about what never fails to irk you about some DVDs, even though they're not enough to stop you from buying those discs. Here's my list, just off the top of my head: - Trailers at the beginning, even if they're skippable. - Fancy animated menus that take forever to settle down and let you select something. (I love the static menus on Criterion discs.) - Trailers for other, unrelated films. Especially if they're advertised as special features. - Bizarre menu interfaces, like the one for Dracula (1931): The top level of the menu gives you a choice between the English and Spanish versions, then locks you into the version you selected. To see the options for the other version, you have to eject the disc and load it again. - Easter eggs. They were cool the first couple of times. Now I just think, "Just put the $#%[email protected] extra in the menu!" It's especially annoying when you have to jump through hoops to find the hidden "feature" and it turns out to be something lame, like the sound clips on "Pink Floyd The Wall." That's all I can think of for now.