I finally got the film on two disk bluray today. I love it, and hate aspects of it. The biggest poain was going into my blu-ray player settings to get the correct audio settings, as the true HD is actually very low in volume unless you have HDMI, so i had to set it to DD.
Oh, and with regards to your questions... Nolan depends on a lot of fancy editing to forgive a multitude of sins in all of his films. He even depends on editing and hardly lets a scene play itself out or breathe.