Just got done watching it.
I can't really comment on EE as I have a 46" set and really not as prone to it as others may be unless it's really obvious. What I can say is that I don't remember the picture in the theater being as dark as it appeared on the BD. Then again, maybe my eyes are turning tricks on me? One thing that you cannot say about this transfer is that you saw softness in the picture. I saw no evidence of that and in fact this may be the sharpest Warner title i've ever seen on BD.
Audio track was killer, yet not without regret. I am not one of those who will complain about a lack of surround. So far as I could tell the surround ambience went with what was on the screen. Score mix was excellent, really gave it dynamics. My regret is that as nice as it sounds, it could have sounded nicer with a 24bit track instead of it being down-rezzed. Now before anyone goes off saying you can't notice the difference, having been into Hi-rez audio like DVD-A. I could always tell a qualitative difference between a 16 bith and 24 bit stereo mix. The 24 bit was always better! Same applies here, there could have been more extension to be heard had they left the mix at 24 bit.I really hoped Warner's would change their policy for this release, sad to say they still don't get it!!
Loved the movie!!