Well...I for one would just like to thank both Bill @ CodeRedDVD & Don @ Synapse for their collective efforts in trying to release best quality possible releases of sometimes "lesser" quality films. I'm sure the wrangling of movie rights to relatively obscure titles is a royal pain in the ass, and knowing a little bit about the frenetic 70's/80's distribution scene, I've no doubt that the exact rights holders as they are now are sometimes difficult to determine. I definitely get frustrated when titles I'm interested in are announced and then yanked off the schedule, because there aren't very many titles out there that I'm interested in anymore, so when one comes up I look forward to it, and when it's cancelled, it's a disappointment. Personally, I would rather not hear of release announcements and release dates unless it's a done deal--I can deal with a couple of weeks' delay, but often times when it's months and months later or there are repeated changes it gets annoying, but I don't hold it against the video label---problems come up, and when you're a smaller outfit I would think it would be that much harder to meet deadlines cause there are fewer people working on them etc. I think that the "premature announcements" come to us largely out of the excitement, enthusiasm and hopes of a fellow movie fan that is trying to make folks happy and keep them interested---it's just that sometimes things don't end up panning out, that's all. I haven't heard of any actual released titles getting yanked for rights issues so I don't think there's any reason to doubt CodeRed's desire to be legal eagle... I own several titles from both companies, and am happy with all of them, so thanks guys.