Disney: one of the greatest monopolistic companies in the world is never done advertising and showing off their publicity. They are one of the only companies that keeps the old looking new. I have seen more people buy their movies than Warner Bros. or 21st Century. Why? Because Disney keeps everyone a child at heart. Nearly every 10 years after a Classical Disney movie has been released will Disney take it 'out of the vault' and redefine the graphics for today's television screens and technology. They often call it the 'Diamond Edition' if it's first been redefined. After a couple months, they then express that the movie will go back 'into the vault' forever. Obviously, it's until another few years when technology updates itself will they bring it back out. But it's overall a great advertising strategy that they pursue on Disney fanatics. I'm curious as to how many people buy the Diamond Edition movies that have been coming out recently? I understand that no one has a VHS anymore, and it's a perfect opportunity to buy a DVD of any specific movie so that you can watch it with today's technology. What's your take on Disney's advertising scheme in terms of redefining the movies for modern technology? Do you think the movies should be considered a Classic in VHS form, or are they doing the right thing in updating them for modern use?