Technically, the widescreen on the DVD is a true anamorphic widescreen version. It is the theatrical framing and aspect, and is an anamorphic DVD (meaning it's horizontally squeezed when encoded instead of wasting lines on black letterboxing bars). And that widescreen image is a crop of the full animated film. The fullscreen is an open matte of the original film, and is thus usually more of the picture, and less tight framing. The Reconstructed simply opened the matting up even further than any previous version, further than was ever really intended. So yeah, there's going to be more on the Reconstructed, but its no more a true version than any other. I guess you're complaining that they didn't open it up as far as the Reconstructed, but I don't believe that was their intention. They gave us a brilliantly restored and remastered theatrical aspect print, as well as its full-screen home-video open matte brother; both are all the movie that was ever meant to be seen.