This disc came in the mail from Amazon Tuesday night. I was very excited to get ahold of it as I really enjoyed this film and had just been waiting for it to hit a price point that met the WAF- $9.99 happened to be it. The original version of the move looks great and I was very pleased that the MACHETE trailer was attached. The only thing that detracts from the image quality is the digital nature of the "scratches" and other film damage- thanks to the higher resolution of Blu-Ray, there are many time where you can easily tell that the scratches and other damage are not real and have been added digitally. This was not a problem for me when viewing the SD version of the film. I actually think that audio presentation on the TrueHD track is even better than the video presentation. The gritty theme in the films introduction REALLY comes alive and screams "70S!" on the HD audio track! The most interesting feature of the film it the "scratch-free" version of the film. Of course, this is not the best way to view the film and is not as it was intended to be presented, but it does look AMAZING (I had assumed that this movie was shot on 16mm or 35mm, but from the over the top sharpness and clarity of many scene in the "scratch-free" version, I now must assume that it was shot in HD or 4K digital) and definitely worth a one-time watch for any fan of the film. The strange aspect to this special feature is this- even in the scratch free version there are several times where, just for a moment, scratches, skips and jumps in the "film" can still be seen. There are also two scene which are still presented in their "scratched up" versions. Since the scratches and film damage were added digitally in post-production, I had assumed that they would just use the original digital master of the film before the film-damage was inserted in (I also assume that the film damage was the last thing done in post-production- that would be the most accurate way to present the film as a real damaged film would be a complete product, special-effect and all, that had then weathered years or use or improper storage) but the presence of these anomalies listed about almost makes me think that they instead, somehow, digitall "reversed" the process. I would be curious as to if anyone here knows the details! All in all though, again, I have to recommend this disc to any fans of the film- especially while you can still pick up the Blu from Amazon for $9.99!