Paramount released Enterprise seasons on DVD when all the effects were rendered in standard definition. The effects will need rerendering in HD for Blu-ray. What else can they do to get fans to purchase this series on Blu-ray? The Digital Bits reviews of the DVD seasons shows these special features: Star Trek: Enterprise The Complete First Season - 2001-02 7 behind-the-scenes featurettes (all 4x3 video) 1 audio commentary track 3 text trivia commentaries The Complete Second Season - 2002-03 2 audio commentary tracks 2 text trivia commentaries 5 behind-the-scenes featurettes (all 4x3 video) The Complete Third Season - 2003-04 1 audio commentary track 1 text trivia commentary 4 behind-the-scenes featurettes (all 4x3 video) The Complete Fourth Season - 2004-05 -3 audio commentary tracks -3 text trivia commentaries - 6 behind-the-scenes featurettes (all 4x3 video), an outtakes video, a gallery of production photographs Too bad all of the behind-the-scenes featurettes were shot on 4x3 video and not widescreen. Highly doubtful Paramount has access to widescreen behind-the-scenes footage from 2001-2005 unless they license footage from a visit to the set from BBC or some United Kingdom show (which always shot widescreen standard-definition since late mid-1990s.) It's possible Paramount shot some widescreen behind-the-scenes in in season 4. Hopefully we'll see more audio and text commentary tracks and maybe a look back if it is released on Blu-ray in 2011 a 10-year anniversary gathering of the lead actors on the show for a new round of HD interviews or maybe a roundtable with Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Chris Pine, Scott Bakula, Kate Mulgrew as Federation starship captains.