Spike Jonze is only good when doing something whacky or when he is shooting in 35mm. Everything else is rather dull.
Chris Cunningham is a genius, but there is nothing insightful on the disc. The making of 'All is full of Love' is on there though, which I guess is interesting.
Michael Gondry has by far the best disc - a really good look at a magician of film, also has loads of extras.
Be warned though Jonze & Gondry are on shitty flipper discs, which are nigh on impossible to keep scratch free, even in the cases <_<
PS - I think I have a right to hate you more - you've got loads of films I want but can't afford ;P
When twilight dims the skies above
Recalling thrills of our love
There's one thing I'm certain of