I seem to recall a time a few years back when studios actually paid attention to the comments and questions in forums such as those at HTF, and even encouraged us to provide them with feedback, which often led to dialog with studio luminaries and even the release of films we had been lobbying for (just last year, 20th Fox gave us this opportunity, but no sign of that this year). Now, there is silence from the studios. Worse, we are getting sub-standard crap like SWORD IN THE STONE, and it feels like a big f**k-you! from studios that used to hold us in rather high regard. Although Disney reps never directly addressed us (that I know of), we did used to have dialog with Warner Bros, Paramount and others. That has shut down. We now get to talk only with the smaller companies that are rescuing the Blu-ray catalog title releases such as Twilight Time and Shout and Kino. So, who is listening to us anymore? You know, studios, we're the ones who made all that profit for you in years past. We're the ones who spent $40.00 apiece for laser discs and nearly that for early DVD's. We're the ones who made Blu-ray take off and make millions of dollars more for you because we wanted to upgrade to that format, double- and triple-dipping along the way. What do we get for our support? No support on the other end. None. We're like kittens that gave you pleasure for a few months that you simply tossed into a dumpster somewhere when the cuteness wore off and the furniture got scratched up. We're trying to tell you that we are still out here, many of us, ready to spend money on good catalog titles. Twilight Time has sold out of almost two dozen titles (albeit most of them over a long period), and that should tell you that we collectors are still a viable part of your "business model," or whatever the hell you call us as you chuckle around the table in the board room. I feel you are treating us with distain. I resent that. I have been one of your best (and, more importantly to you, one of your most lucrative) customers ever since the 80's and through every video format. I love Blu-ray. It's the best video has yet come up with, and most of your releases are stellar. BUT YOU ARE ABANDONING US. You are giving us the middle finger. That's you, Disney. You, Paramount. You...fill in the blank. Let's get dialog going again. Don't just read the posts in this forum (and I don't think Disney does, anyway), respond once in a while. You might be facing a hornet's nest of criticism, but you can learn from that! There's money out here waiting to be spent on your product. Stop treating us like yesterday's news. We have money. We love movies. HAVE SOME RESPECT FOR YOUR CUSTOMERS!