I was watching the "24" S2 set the other day and there were a couple of instances of fast dialouge that I couldn't quite catch. I went to turn on the Subtitles but could not access them on the fly. I hate it when studios do this! Why do they do this? I know that some DVDs, such as 24, have subtitle tracks that are used for things such as flagging branching footage and stuff like that. I suppose the studio does not want people to access these tracks by accident. But, why can't they just leave the Language tracks open and isolate the more specialized tracks so they can only be accessed from the menu. I know some DVDs do this.