Innovative, idiosyncratic, and always entertaining, Vincent Gallo's Buffalo '66 is an indie masterpiece. The presentation on this DVD -- a 1.85:1 widescreen, Dolby Digital 5.1 transfer -- is excellent. The muted colors of Gallo's vision are striking here, and the audio is superb. Gallo's cool, minimalist score -- so effective in setting the tone of the movie -- sounds great. It's a quality production all around, though the supplemental material is a bit lacking. Production notes present informative, but limited background on the movie and Gallo. The "Cast and Filmmakers" area, featuring the usual biographical filmographies, is respectable; the presentation is attractive, and the quantity of information is just right. The theatrical trailer is something that shouldn't be missed; it's a throwback to a different era, when artsy editing and progressive music meant something. The trailer is almost worth the price of admission on its own. It's refreshing when small films like Buffalo '66 appear in such fine DVD editions.