Fair enough. But it was 6 years ago, not 10 years. We all hate to admit that there have been DVD's with better PQ than some Blu-ray counterparts, but it does happen. So I don't know why you would bring up "scanning technologies". It all comes down to the person/company that is doing the restoration. It goes without saying that some are better than others. There are scans by some companies from years ago that are still unmatched because it was done right the first time. Also, the new scan is from a different source with longer footage. So the "scanning technologies" "not as great as it is now today" theory doesn't fly in this situation. It's a completely different source. You basically admit this new Blu has more features and a different source with longer complete footage with deleted scenes included. Plus different audio. I've seen only one company apologize for a reissue of a previous released Blu, and it was Shout. I appreciate your response, but it didn't really answer the main question nor the secondary question in my original post.