Funny how folks totally accept price discrimination when they buy a stupid burger, a book (paperback, hardcover, ebook) or even movies (when DVDs emerged they had different content than VHS and when Bluray came out it also differed from DVDs) ... but when another new technology comes along, streaming, they suddenly becomes mad.
Not to mention that the case is petty, a few stupid deleted scenes of the third bad remake of TWOK in a row. Of course they are always nice to watch (and sometimes, like in the case of NEM, even better than the movie
) but they are not edited and thus not something like a director's cut. The only worthwhile extras for movies are stuff like the commentary audio tracks by experts on Criterion releases, several version of a movie or some actual analysis or essay (e.g. Children of Men's Possibility of Hope).