Hi all.. I know Apple has zero control over this, and its up to the movie companies to stick their content on iTunes (..and take them off), in addition to saying how long their license will be valid for, but apart from that, I still can't get why (a Apple is pushing for 'first run' titles to be available (even before it hits DVD, and just after it appears at the theaters), and (b why arn't very old movies on the Store yet. I can see why movies don't get released on streaming for a few years, or so, but i DON'T get why very old movies (pre-2000) have never been on iTunes. Its probably all related to the same thing. but we're talking 10+ years here.. Its been on DVD (been and gone), what have the movie studio got to think about for the other 7+ years or so ? The movie in question i'm talking about is "Armargeddon" (1998 movie with Bruce Willis).. Good film, And not is it only available on iTunes, its only available for "Pre-order" which Apple says will hit by 2014. Can someone explain to me, content creators are willing to push better, popular, latest 2013 movies to iTunes with no second to think, which a 14+ year old movie doesn't even get on there. eg. At lease i can't remember it being on iTunes.. Maybe i'm wrong, but still its a long time.