The F FOR FAKE trailer was not colorized at all, but digitally restored by the Munich Film Archive using a new print of F FOR FAKE. The black and white work print trailer is what Gary Graver had kept for years after the distributor supposedly didn't want to make copies of the trailer. It's also the version Criterion used on their DVD. It's badly scratched, has blotches and poor image quality. In short, compared to the pristine new version, it seems nearly unwatchable. What's also very important, is seeing Gary's color cinematography (Oja and a Bengal Tiger look gorgeous in full Eastmancolor), contrasted with the black and white material. The contrast of the two, along with the quick editing seems to give us a glimpse of the effect Welles intended for THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WIND. And I agree completely that Eureka made a big mistake in not promoting the newly restored trailer on their DVD. It's much too important a piece of Welles work to be relegated to Easter Egg status! Plus, I believe it's an exclusive to the Eureka DVD. If they wanted to include an Easter Egg, they should have used the trailer for Oja's film, JADED.