I bet it would likely be Warner Bros., I think they should hire some Fox executives to take much better care of their library and distribution deals, and forge more licensing deals with smaller HE distributors/boutique labels, along with a new HE distribution deal with MGM (whose logo would be on the spine and next to the Turner Entertainment logo on the back cover for future WB releases of pre-1986 MGM titles, just like how the Warner Bros. Pictures logo is next to the Turner Entertainment logo on covers of pre-1950 WB titles). I think both MGM's post-1986 library and WB's pre-1986 MGM library should be full circle, along with the other libraries that MGM owns. (P.S. I know you might disagree with me, but I think WB should renew Paramount's library deal as well, but take much better care of Paramount's library than before as long as they make hires from Fox to work at their HE group.) You can also vote multiple choices if you think all four companies should each handle a specific portion of MGM's library.