This review does not reflect the quality of the film or Amazon. I purchased the Universal 100th Anniversary edition dvd of Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, assuming it was a new dvd pressing of the hi-def remaster used for the blu-ray. I did this to save some money as I have found that blu-ray editions of older films (pre-'50's) do not look particularly mind-blowing. A proper remaster of a black and white film should look fine on both formats. When I opened this edition I found a disc clearly dated 2000, and indeed the transfer was terrible, scratchy and pixely. It says nothing about the film being restored on the packaging (of course), but when you purchase a dvd in packaging identical to the blu-ray, would you not assume they were taken from the same source? This is pretty deceptive and a lousy way for Universal to treat movie fans. In short, Universal, you suck.