Well I got this blu-ray today (via Amazon mail, I'm a Prime customer) and thought I'd give a quick review. I've never reviewed a film before. FYI, I have a 2 yr old 50in Pioneer plasma.
Well I see plenty of grain in the film, maybe too much grain. It gave me the impression that the master they used was kind of 2nd rate, but not horrible. So there didn't seem to be any DNR, I think there was probably some edge enhancement, but nothing I thought was really distracting. There was slight micro fluctuations in brightness in some areas in some scenes (not sure how else to put it). The colors were nicely saturated, coming from a 2nd rate master, but when they actually get around to doing a restoration, I'm guessing the colors will be more pristine, more accurate. Everyone looked like they had a tan. Depth was just ok. It was a tad on the soft side. The sound track fidelity was ok, nothing impressive. At 8 ft away, the things I picked out were not as noticeable. The only extras was some movie trailers. I did find the movie experience enjoyable, given all it flaws. This had more do with the stellar cast and Irving Berlin songs. This would have been a more fair price for the amount of effort they put into it at $10 instead of $19.