Much as I enjoyed 'TTI', I would prefer to see that other 70's disaster flick, 'Earthquake' remastered on BD. I remember seeing this in a 'Senssurround'-equipped theater where a large array of commercial Cerwin-Vega speaker cabinets conveyed the vibrating sensation of an actual earthquake....I def remember my pants shaking....it was quite a visceral thrill! (1974 Academy Award winner: Best Sound). I think only 2 or 3 films were filmed in this format....I also saw 'Midway' in Senssurround, and remember the rumble of the airplanes taking off from the aircraft carrier near the opening sequences. In fact, the 2006 remastered 'Earthquake' dvd contains the original Senssurround 3.1 track! I haven't watched it in a while, but I do recall that it vaguely recreates a somewhat novel experience, especially with my Buttkickers engaged! Needless to say, 'Senssurround' would be a whole new experience on BD....I could even see the studio including a 'D-Box' motion code to give one a full, complete massage.