Leading on from the limited edition thread I was wondering what your favourite special edition DVDs were and why? I'm not looking for "because it's the only version in the world to have DTS" kind of answers. I'm looking for why these DVDs are special and what sets them apart from other DVDs. Also they must have cost under £20. My three favourites special editions which are unlike any other DVDs are my Korean version of Hard Rain, Pearl Harbor region 1 director's cut and the Korean version of Black Hawk Down Superbit. Hard Rain includes the script of the film in the form of a small book. It was obviously made to help Koreans speak and learn English because it includes the Korean version on the bottom of the page and the English version of the top. The region 1 directors' cut of Pearl Harbor came in a beautiful package which unfolded revealing postcards and other little knick-knacks attached to the packaging. I hadn't seen packaging like that before receiving this DVD. The only thing I didn't like about the packaging was the cardboard slips holding the DVDs in place had no a soft material to protect the DVDs from scratching. The reason I like black Hawk down was because not only was it a Superbit DVD it also included two discs worth of extras plus the original motion Picture soundtrack on CD. All of these goodies were then contained in a nice digipack packaging.