Has anyone checked this one out on Blu-ray yet? It's absolutely stunning in HD, from a new restored (that's an understatement) transfer. The technicolor looks marvelous and the level of detail must be seen to be believed. DVD Beaver comparisons - although those screencaps look only a fraction as good as the actual presentation does. This and The Longest Day on Blu-ray are prime examples of just how good a 70 year old film can look, and a 45+ year old black and white film. The 70th Anniversary Ultimate Collection gets my vote for being one of the best presented sets on the Blu-ray format thus far.