Yesterday I, like many of you probably did, picked up on a copy of Meet the Robinsons (the first animated film that I've had the oppurtunity to buy on Blu-ray), and something that really bugs me, that I probably noticed in the theatres but forgot about. Why is there two logos at the start? First it has the nice new Walt Disney Picture castle (which even though I like, I really miss the classic blue one), then it has a new one, with Steamboat Willie saying Walt Disney Animation Studios. Since when have they had this? I think it's a bit sad when Disney has to announce an animated film that they did themselves with an animation logo. I always thought that Disney was an animation studio that happened to do the occasional live action film. So, why the need for this additional logo? Is it to help seperate the confusion some people have that everything CG is Pixar (which thankfully will be true in the near future, if not from now on completley), and cause the logo is so much more lifelike now, they need to set up it's an animated film. Again, it's pretty sad to see that Disney has lost it so badly in the animation field (heck, in the whole idea of family oriented entertainment, but that's another subject altogether). What do you all think?