One thing I've always liked about DVDs is that they are, for the most part, available in widescreen format, which was rather intermittent on VHS tapes. Only in special cases would it be made available. I like the idea of a widescreen television, since it makes it possible to watch widescreen format, without the black bars drawing attention to themselves. Twentieth Century Fox, however, seems to be a bit behind when it comes to adapting to this new technology. All of their widescreen DVDs and VHS tapes have one thing in common. If the film in question has subtitles, the video release removes them from the frame, and places them below it, in the black bar area. (This is true not only of Star Wars, but other films as well, such as The Last of the Mohicans.) If the captions only take up one line, this may not be a problem. For many Star Wars captions, however, they take up two lines. I've seen AOTC on one widescreen TV, and the subtitles were completely cut off. Does anyone who has a widescreen tv know which models don't cut off the subtitles? If not, I'd say FOX needs te reprogram their DVDs so that this feature is visible.