And there's no chance that most of these could be unintentional/easter eggs or homages? For example, the Herald-A Kid's Game dimension thing couldn't just be a random stylistic similarity? Kid Flash's costume was created in the 1960's - that the same costume would be animated the same way by two different crews isn't surprising, because they're both working from the same original design. It's almost akin to stating that B:TAS and The Batman share continuity because they both wear similar costumes. Plus, Batman's referral to a Titans team in the Static Shock episode was a throwaway; the episode was written by Paul Dini, who has no involvement with Teen Titans, and in addition, the episode was written before or very shortly after TT first went into development, I believe. You can't go by that alone. And as for the S:TAS DVD bit, I'll take your word for it, but remember that things like that are done chiefly by Warner Home Video, who might not have the correct materials to work with, and are not necessarily worked on by the creative staff of either show. If you could expound upon it a bit, perhaps? It seems to me that the argument for TT being in continuity is based primarily on a multitude of background appearances and the like that are as open to interpretation as the issue itself. Certainly you can at least understand why most believe that TT is in a universe all its own?