It seems as if a lot of what's coming out now is reframed for streaming and they don't seem to care about OAR. They're about to reissue the first eleven seasons of 'South Park' on BluRay and it's all widescreen now. I think that's probably going to be the excuse I need not to buy them again. I didn't buy 'The Wire', despite it being my second favorite show ever, on BluRay just because it was re-framed. I've watched a few episodes on On Demand and it just seems wrong; hardly an improvement over the old DVDs. I guess the least objectionable option would be to do it like 'Freaks And Geeks' and offer both ratios, but that's prohibitively expensive and who needs more double-thick boxes on their shelves anyway? It's times like these I'm glad I'm not a fan of 'Friends.' Still waiting to see if 'The Shield' is going to be widescreen-only on the upcoming BluRay box. It looks as if any 'Buffy' BluRay release is dead in the water after the horrible (and accurate) response the new HD broadcast transfers got online. Heck, I still have trouble trying to watch the first season of 'How I Met Your Mother' on DVD at 1.33:1. Is the assumption that OAR is just for fussy classic movie buffs and TV audiences just don't care?