When Classics and the 'net collide...
I very specifically remember the thread on trying to figure out the correct spelling of "honor" in Greek for a tattoo.
Although, much as I loathe Troy, it's a little unfair to say that the story has been left unchanged since Homer. The story of Troy was always in flux. What the Greek tragedians wrote about it was different from Homer. Sometimes, it was even different from what they themselves had written! Greek mythology was always in flux. To be fair, what the writers of Troy did was probably in line with what Greeks did to their myths. My bigger problem with it was that it was a bad movie. If you want to make changes, fine, but make sure they actually make your movie good. A great example of this is Gladiator. It was riddled with historical inaccuracies, but it was a great movie.
Also, my friend pointed out to me that PBS is doing a program on Helen of Troy. I believe that link takes you to the D.C. channel listing, though.