Considering the bang-up job New Line did with "Lord Of The Rings", why hasn't New Line/Warner Bros. ever tackled its most illustrious title "Gone With The Wind" with a special edition DVD with commentaries, interviews, documentaries, etcetera? For heaven's sake, Ted Turner OWNS the damn film and has always claimed to be its biggest fan! So why the shoddy bare-bones GWTW DVD we have now? My idea: like what was done for "Kane", "Zhivago" and others in the big Warner/Turner/New Line catalog, GWTW calls for a multi-disc set like "Lords Of The Rings". First, the film itself should be on two discs with the overture, en'tracte and end title music. As for extras: the Turner-produced documentary "The Making Of A Legend"; along with trailers from each of the film's various re-releases; interviews with surviving cast members (Olivia DeHavilland is a must!); COMPLETE versions of all the screen tests made by Selznick and George Cukor, especially the "Scarlett" wannabees (e.g. Paulette Goddard, Susan Hayward, Joan Bennett, Tallulah Bankhead, Lana Turner); original Technicolor costume and makeup tests (they DO exist, owned by the Selznick estate); Walter Plunkett's costume sketches, William Cameron Menzies' production storyboards; all newsreel footage from the 1939 and 1961 Atlanta premieres, newsreel footage from the Academy Awards; commentaries from film scholars and GWTW experts like Herb Bridges; galleries for various stills and GWTW memorabilia (one of the FIRST films to have major merchandising!). Well, that's MY idea for a long-overdue GWTW Special Edition!