I keep hearing that PAL is superior to NTSC because it has more colours and scan-lines. So theoretically PAL DVD releases should be superior to their NTSC brethren. But my knowledge of how Europe is the redheaded stepchild of the entertainment industry and is more often than not bitch-slapped around and ends up with inferior products that cost more makes me think otherwise. Ignoring the fact that most DVDs released here (Denmark) cannot hold a candle to the NTSC version feature (se animated menus) and extra content vice we should get a better picture quality with more graphics and colours if the original film is transferred to PAL DVD directly from the source. But I suspect that this might not be the way that things are done and perhaps the NTSC DVD is just converted to PAL which would not give us PAL users any better quality. Anyone know how PAL DVDs are made who can clarify this?