Well I was a bit annoyed with PBS for redubbing some scenes and cutting some scenes entirely. While I can understand cutting some scenes for time allowances, redubbing scenes just detracts and encourages stupidity (for the same reasons, I order Harry Potter from Amazon UK). One particularly stupid redub I had a problem with was changing "They're giving me an ASBO" to "They're giving me community service". Well I can sort of understand trying to deal with Britishisms, but substituting a charge with a sentence, was just dumb: ASBO is anti-social behavior order - basically being charged with disturbing the peace, vandalism, or other minor criminal offenses. But thankfully, they didn't want to deal with creating two different blu-ray masters, and thus the original BBC dialogue was restored as were cut scenes. It was also a great treat to see the original "Study in Pink" done as the one hour pilot and how it evolved into a 90 minute movie of the week.