Nothing new to add to the largly recognised quality of this film, one of the few best in cinema history. The news is the overwhelming quality of this blu-ray edition, that honours the high standards set by the film itself in both image and sound. When seen, as in my case, on a big screen (2'5 meters wide) through an HD projector, and heard with the proper DTS 5.1 equipment, this edition of "Lawrence" stands comparison with the 70 mm. original theater screenings. Don't miss it.
Bought the Blu-Ray on account of the spanish subtitles announced. But, great surprise: only the dialogues, are subtitled! To neglect subtitling the songs, in a film like that, is unforgivable. Nothing to object to the technical qualities.Yellow Submarine [Blu-ray] 
I was astonished to see that the Blu-Ray edition of "Fall of the Roman Empire" lacks the Overture music. The rest is all there, but why not the initial score before de titles, considering it lasts not more than a couple of minutes?