The Forgotten Films blu-ray is missing a scene ("It's hot in here, hot!"). My understanding is that was trimmed in order to differentiate it from the Miramax transfer that they used for their blu-ray. That may have been corrected however and if so, it's then identical to the Happinet, Umbrella and other various blu-ray releases. I still own all of the legitimate DVD's (even both versions of the 30th anniversary) and laserdiscs. Russell Streiner, Judith O'Dea and George Romero all signed one of my unlicensed DVD's. Mr. Streiner and I even discussed that particular DVD in detail. John Russo saw it as well (I already had his autograph). I understand the financial disaster the trademark snafu caused to Image Ten, however it allowed for many people to see the film that otherwise wouldn't have. A $1.00 VHS caught my eye at a Caldor 30 years ago and my mother bought it for me. I was transfixed and a fan ever since. I even drove out the the Evans City cemetery twice because I love the film so damn much. When the Criterion blu-ray preorder is live, I will buy it instantly. If the audio is indeed altered, it will collect dust along with my 30th anniversary DVD's unless the extras are exceptional. Until then, I will give the Mill Creek blu-ray a chance.