Morrisons are doing the 4 disk version of Titanic for under a fiver. They seem to price Titanic the same regardless of the edition (There is a 2 disk and 4 disk set). The DVD is really good - if you are interested in the process of filmmaking, this is a really good DVD. The commentary by James Cameron is genuinely interesting and there are branching scenes showing the making of the movie. There are 4 seperate commentaries, James Cameron, the Cast, The Crew, and a Historical one. The branching scenes are fantastic, really giving a lot of information on the making of the movie. There's an alternate ending ("Christ, we nearly hit that iceberg!!!!") Celine Dion Music Video, 29 deleted scenes (not much to see there) and a couple of daft parody videos. The last disk has featurettes and documentaries. I rate this as a good buy, as the majority of the extra stuff is very interesting, unlike the usual stuff you get on DVDs. Also the aspect ratio of the movie on the original DVD I had is extremely wide, and even on a big TV it's not a tall image. This is a true 16.9 presentation and it looks really clean and sharp. This is my first post to UKHD.