It's no longer unusual to find a successful family-oriented film go to DVD with a two-disc special edition. Ice Age continues that tradition, and as with many of these recent releases such as Shrek or Monsters, Inc., this title has an impeccable image. Both a 1.85:1 (of course, anamorphic) and full-frame transfer are included on the first disc. As with most computer-generated animation, detail is very sharp and colors are perfectly reproduced. It would be very surprising to find any distracting elements such as grain or scratches, and here there are none. The sound, a 5.1 English Dolby Digital track, is also well constructed. Though not expansive with the surrounds, the front sound is clear and distortion free, coming across with distinct clarity and balance. Not to be outdone by other two-disc sets, Fox has done a fine job with supplemental features as well. The movie disc contains a commentary track from director Chris Wedge and co-director Carlos Saldanha, plus three interactive games and eight DVD-ROM games and activities. The second disc contains the rest of the extras, and they are certainly plentiful. Along with a funny new short film, Scrat's Missing Adventure, is an HBO behind-the-scenes special hosted by Ray Romano, six deleted scenes with or without commentary, a slew of short production featurettes, and three animation studies with multiple angle options. In addition, is a decent, though at times not very detailed, documentary on the making of the film, three Fox promotional spots with Scrat, a number of theatrical teasers and trailers, and a not altogether interesting "commentary" for some specific scenes from Sid (voiced by John Leguizamo). Finally, and a real treat for this disc, is the Oscar-winning animated short, Bunny (produced by the same animation team), rounding out a fine disc that will please adults, children...and anyone in between.