While browsing through my DVD collection I came across one of the more recent Disney titles<br />(The Emperor's New Groove) and started thinking about the implications of THX certification or<br />accreditation for a particular film. What I mean is this. Disney has come up with it's own "flavour" of DVD that they call "Disney DVD". The films do not sport the "DVD Video" logo, thus the discs don't have to conform to whatever the rules for DVD Video are although you could argue that they bloomin' well should. This is fairly shoddy behaviour on the part of Disney<br />and as several folks will attest, has caused problems for all sorts of machines from budget supermarket models all the way up to serious wedge level kit such as Tag McLaren. The average punter when he sees the THX logo will probably assume that the discs meets some kind<br />of stringent guidelines and take the disc home happy in the knowledge that all should be well. My thought is this? Do you think it's right for THX to effectively endorse discs that are not "DVD Videos"?<br />I can't help but feel that this is lending an air of undeserved respectability to the games that Disney are playing. What say the rest of you good folks? Can I just add that I'm aware the DVD Video specs aren't a guarantee that all will be well and that I understand that there will be issues with "interpretation" by both hardware and software manufacturers. Should we lobby THX to stop endorsing such "non-standard" discs?