A fine movie, but I was literally stunned at just how fantastic the DD5.1 soundtrack is (I have the R2). It's 448Kbps and sounds superb, particularly in the first few chapters where there's lots of action. The rears are incredibly active and there's some moments of lovely deep bass. This would make a great DD demo disk and IMO should be in there with the usual "movies that have great soundtracks" recommendations. Anyone else thought the same?