I posted a plea for the remarkable movie EL NORTE in the feedback section a few days back. Only nine people read it, no one added their support. I am not saying that just because I like a title, I expect swarms of others to rally behind me to encourage a studio to release it. But I wonder if it isn't a real risk to even post requests for more obscure titles. This has happened to me with a few other titles in the past, and none of them has yet emerged on DVD. Studios perusing these threads might look at, for instance, the EL NORTE post and think, "Well, now we know there is little interest in this title. No one even added to the thread. Let's not consider it for DVD." I am of the belief that HTF has the largest active home theater enthusiast membership on the net, and so if not one person out of 48,000 shares my interest in a given film, does that ring the death knell as far as visiting studio execs are concerned? I don't think in the case of EL NORTE it is because everyone hates the film, but rather that far too few people have been exposed to it. What is the best method for letting studios know we want these movies without risking a backfire?