It's a shame when movies that are hits on video, that get re-released to all video formats since VHS (thus very profitable for their owners) never get the respect they deserve with a real collector's edition.
Sure AFCW is a low budget Brit comedy made on the cheapish side, and distributed by MGM, yet I do not understand why BluRay producers can still sell us the 'HD' experience but pay no mind to the dust and scratches on their master print. As for grain, it is understandable that film brings on it's own limitations.
Sure the supplements are nice; the second audio by John Cleese, and several featurettes. Yet for me BluRay needs a better picture; scratches, and dust speckles on 'modern' movies are not acceptable.
Love the movie.