As David Lynch has released Mulholland Drive without any chapters or scene access breaks, I just wondered what people think about this facility (or lack of it). Does anyone really consider this facility an added value 'special feature'? Does it really allow you much more control than simply hitting the FF button? In my experience, most chapter breaks don't start at the point you're specifically trying to access and so you still end up having to use the forward and reverse search buttons to get to where you want. Also, I quite like Lynch's idea that some films are intended to be watched in their entirety. Sure, once you own the DVD you are in control of stopping it for beer/food/bathroom/telephone breaks but at least he's making a point. Personally I believe one of the major plus points the cinema still retains over Home Theatre is that, generally, you sit there and watch the whole film without stops and breaks. Hitting the pause button during a movie just kills it for me.