This is interesting, just saw the "Making of Tron" DVD. I'm not a movie person but I liked TRON. The musical score was really something, especially taken in the context of the day. It was done entirely by synth pioneer Wendy Carlos who also did the score for Clockwork Orange and some other known movies. She did an inrcredible job. However they make zero mentoin of her on the Making if Tron DVD. Not one peep. The reason? She used to be a man. And while Disney enjoyed profiting off her, it fears any mention of the connection. My attitude towards other is live and let live, I've got no affinity for that lifestyle but at the same time I couldn't care less what other people do. This is about the music, and I think it was totally classless for them to spend 90 minutes explaining how this movie was made without a single mention of the person who created the entire musical score single handedly. I think that's a bit of a burn. They do mention her in the review: http://www.dvdtimes.co.uk/content.php?contentid=4129 There's some other good tunes on the Soundtrack, most notably "Only Solutions" by Journey which was playing in the backgorund during the arcade scene.