A few months ago I purchased the 1947 classic "Gentleman's Agreement" on DVD at full price, somewhere around $25. or so. I wonder into Future Shop/Best Buy today and see it front racked in amongst the new releases with a new cover and all sorts of extra goodies that are not on my release. Don't know about you, but I'm getting tired of buying a movie and then finding out less than a year later that it's been or being re-released with all sorts of bells and whistles not available on the version that I have. This "Gentleman's Agreement" is in a new 20th Century Fox series called "Studio Classics". My friend in the music/DVD dept. at A+B Sound tells me that 20th Century Fox is correcting some errors and previously poor transfers on some classic movies. He mentioned that "All About Eve" got a fairly decent restoration this time out. Has anyone seen the new version of GA yet? Any comparisons to the original DVD release? Is it worth buying again? Thanks.