The "Extinct Attractions" DVD club that has been putting out video of bygone attractions at Disneyland just served up a major misfire with one devoted to WDW's "If You Had Wings" and its clear they're quite sensitive to criticism about it. The "If You Had Wings" DVD they put out inexcusably replaces the authentic soundtrack of the ride heard distinctly in the original home video of the ride used for this DVD (this source video used in the DVD I obtained a number of years ago on VHS) has been replaced with the 1971 Demo Tape done by Pete Renoudet dubbed over. Not only does the music and sounds no longer match what is being shown on-screen, this Demo Tape never had anything to do with the final version of "If You Had Wings" that ultimately emerged. I wrote a negative review of this in the Extinct Attractions Club message board under a section devoted to reviews of their DVDs. A half hour later I found my post removed and the entire subject of DVD reviews removed altogether. Bottom line is that for those who are considering getting this DVD: Don't. It's a disgrace that a club that purports to be preserving extinct attractions can't get something as simple as preserving the sound right, which in the case of "If You Had Wings" was the key to the entire ride.