9 hours on one DVD, what's the quality going to be like on that?
Also, let's have a 2-disk limited edition with that second one showing the full opening ceremony from the pre-show to the lights going out. Two audio tracks, one with the commentary as broadcast, and one without commentary (just like pressing the red button)
3-disks, and we can throw in the closing ceremony and maybe every medal ceremony containing a British medal winner
(And for those grumbling this is British Bias, so it should be - if you want US bias, ask NBC. If you want any other country bias, as the respective broadcasters of those countries to release a DVD)
According to the info on Amazon, this appears to be a bit restricted. What about the bearing of the torch around the country (including amateur footage), the athletes' welcome back to their home towns and the Parade of the Athletes held in London. What we don't want is a lot of verbiage from commentators and presenters. Special packaging with a book giving stastical info. (medal tables, etc.) would be good, and documentaries on the history of the modern games and the 1948 London olympiad would be welcome extras.