Hi guys. Having just received Men in Black Superbit R3, I decided to do a quick comparison with the R2 Limited Edition I have. As far as picture goes I'd say the Superbit is just a tad sharper, giving a more "3D" image (on a Tosh 36ZP18P T.V./Tosh SD900 DVD player). The DTS track is where it becomes interesting! Being a bit of an Elvis fan, in my youth, I noticed that towards the end of the movie, when Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are in their "Supercar" going through the tunnel with Will Smith upside down and Elvis singing "Promised Land" on the 8 track, that the difference between Pal DD5.1 and NTSC DTS5.1 is, apparently, noticeable due, I guess, to Pal speedup? Will Smith says, "You do know that Elvis is dead, right?" and Tommy Lee replies, "No, Elvis is not dead........he just went home!" and Elvis sings in agreement! Now, it seems to me that Tommy Lee's line, on the R2 version, sounds a little speeded up in comparison with the R3. And even more obvious is Elvis' singing. On the R2 he sounds high-pitched and FAST. On the R3 he sounds like the drawling, Misiissippi boy I know! Having read some of the issues regarding Pal speedup on The Lord of the Rings Extended Edition, I sold my R2 copy and bought the R1. I'm pleased I did, just for the packaging..........but does anybody know of any more DVDs where this effect is apparent..............assuming I've got it right and the difference I've mentioned is due to Pal speedup?!