After years of anticipation, Schindler's List finally comes to the DVD market thanks to Amblin Entertainment and Universal Pictures. For some, the prolonged wait will no doubt stem disappointment, as Steven Spielberg's personal triumph is presented without any insight into the filmmaking process or more into the actual events. Your initial enjoyment of the disc will depend on your expectations going in, though it should be noted that what is included is quite something. Technically, the double-sided disc with digitally enhanced picture and sound is nothing short of spectacular. The stark black-and-white contrast in the 1.85:1 widescreen image is heartbreakingly beautiful, as are both the 5.1 Dolby Digital and DTS audio tracks, which underline John Williams' powerful score during the film's most hushed and tragic moments. The main extras on the disc are split up between the "Voices from the List" documentary and a featurette on the Shoah Foundation, the organization Spielberg helped create to give voice to Holocaust survivors. Clocking in at 77 minutes, the "Voices" piece is a soul-wrenching account of the Nazi invasion up to the end of the war from various surviving members of Schindler's list. Their incomparable tales of hate and despair create a gripping piece that gives unparalleled humanity and first-hand insight to what exactly Schindler did for these people, making the documentary the perfect companion to the film. As a bonus, the story of the Shoah Foundation has also been included. Narrated by Morgan Freeman, the featurette explains the genesis of the group and its goal to educate and document any living survivor of the Holocaust. While the documentary does tend to beseech its viewers by the end for additional monetary support (in addition to the fold-out donation certificate inside the booklet), the clip offers a fine view of the importance of the group in an educational and historical context. Rounding out the features are a collection of cast and crew bios and additional information on Oskar Schindler. The packaging comes in a book-like case that's also available with the full-screen edition and the Collector's Gift Set (which comes complete with a bulky Plexiglas casing, photo book, certificate of authenticity, and a film slide).