I think these would make good Universal Collector's Editions: STREETS OF FIRE: Whilst this 1984 Walter Hill film under-achieved at the box-office, it has deservedly become something of a cult classic. How about a new anamorphic widescreen transfer with DD5.1 and DTS audio, trailers, teasers, cast and crew bios, publicity stills and portraits, production photos, a Walter Hill commentary track, a 'making of..' featurette, and an all new retrospective documentary with cast and crew interviews including Walter Hill, Diane Lane, Michael Pare, Rick Moranis, Amy Madigan, Bill Paxton, Willem Dafoe and Deborah Valkenburgh. That would be such a cool release! KING OF THE HILL: Steven Soderbergh is about as 'hot' as a director gets at the moment with TWO films up for best film Oscars. This is an immensely acclaimed drama that would make a great Collector's Edition DVD. Great anamorphic widescreen video and a great audio track along with a Soderbergh commentary track, a 'making of...' featurette, cast and crew interviews, photo gallery, trailers, teasers, cast and crew bios and production notes would be great! This film is crying out for lavish DVD treatment. DUNE (Full Version): David Lynch's big budget epic was released to DVD a few years back as a non-anamorphic, bare bones release. How about re-visiting this title? It has been seen in many incarnations (including an Alan Smithee extended cut). This would make a popular Collector's Edition (anamorphic enhanced please). THE GLASS MENAGERIE: Paul Newman's all star adaptation of the famous Tennesee Williams play won huge praise and acclaim when released theatrically. Sadly, the film has been 'left on the shelf' as far as DVD is concerned. Please release this as a Collector's Edition with, hopefully, Paul Newman and his casts involvement. Commentary, making of.., cast interviews, trailers, cast and crew bios, etc etc. One last thing - Universal should revisit 'SCARFACE' in the future with remastered and improved video and audio quality. The extras are great but the video in particular is not up to their usual high standards. ------------------ M.J.