Well Trevor, New Yorker released Cyclo, and MGM released To Live here in the US, so Mr. region free player, you should be able to get them.
I agree about Red Sourghum, I've actually never seen the film (about the only Yimou film I haven't seen), just because I've been patiently awaiting the DVD release.
As for the Bergman I mentioned. Face to Face brought Bergman an Oscar nomination in 1976 for best director, and was during a period when he could do little wrong, so I'm excited to see it. Summer With Monika is considered by many to be his first significant film, and since my knowledge of early Bergman is scarce, it made my list.
I have seen the Story of the Late Chrysanthemum, and I wasn't impressed by it, in fact I found it the weakest of the 10 Mizoguchi films I've seen. If I were you I'd be much more anticipating Osaka Elegy (another earlier film of his) which is imo a much better picture.
The problem with region free DVD's however is that there isn't a great format for ordering them, and they can get damn expensive with shipping. Plus in regards to foreign films you also have to make sure it's available in subtitles.
I'd like to see someone (Kino perhaps?) restore some of Victor Sjostrom's silent films, particularly the Phantom Carriage, and whatever else is still in existence. Reading a great deal about film history the films of Sweden's golden era are cited quite frequently and it's an area that I, as well as most other people, remain fairly unfamiliar with. Same goes for French Impressionism. I know that many films from Abel Gance still exist, but nothing is on DVD in this country, and in the case of Napoleon, that is criminal. But other films of the era, from L'Herbier or Jean Epstein, I'd love to see on DVD. Maybe release a whole "French Impressionism" boxed set? As of yet, I still have heard nothing about any of those films being released.