Quite frankly, I'm fed up with DTS and DD remixed soundtracks on older films that neither need nor are particularly suitable for such treatment. What I'd much prefer to a 5.1 remix in either format is to see the original mono or stereo soundtrack presented in uncompressed PCM, keeping the entire fidelity and detail of the soundtrack and, crucially, the original mix intact. In many ways, it's the soundtrack equivalent of anamorphic (PCM) and non-anamorphic (DD). If it means making a disc dual-layer, so be it (if I'm unmistaken, a two-channel stereo PCM soundtrack has the same bitrate as full-bitrate DTS), but PCM is a sorely underused sound format on DVD. Compare the rich, detailed and precise PCM stereo soundtrack with the anaemic DD alternative on Criterion's Do The Right Thing. Surely this is the best way to present the limited fidelity of an aged recording on DVD, rather than an entirely inappropriate and gimmicky 5.1 remix? I've no intention of starting a petition, but since virtually everyone here is intent on presenting the film as it was originally presented, can we please see a show of hands supporting a greater use of PCM soundtracks?