Got the BD from Screen Archives a few days ago and watched it. The film has never looked better, no question. It's not a reference BD though, the source used has some issues ( softness, vertical lines/ crease that pop up several times ) while large sections look markedly better. Colors are very nice, Scorpion did some color correction that may not be part of Odeon's presentation. A trailer ( new to me and nice ) & a short Judy Geeson interview where she dishes on the film for a few minutes and then covers ( briefly ) several other of her 60's/70's films. Not terribly substantial but glad to have it on there. If you are a fan of the film, the BD is worth it, if you're curious, the DVD might get you by.