Haven't heard any further details beyond the announcement of several Hanna-Barbera shows (including Wally Gator, Quick Draw McGraw, another season of Scooby-Doo, Banana Splits and several others) which were being "tentatively planned" for DVD release by WB in 2007. I know Earl Kress made one remark on his weblog that one thing against "The Banana Splits Adventure Hour" (correct original title of the show) being released is the current state of the original elements, and he said the show "is going to be very difficult to piece back together." The "Splits" having been my favorite show as a child, that statement kind of scares me a little (especially in light of how other H-B shows have come out on DVD with key elements lost or missing...or in some ways worse yet, still in some archive somewhere but with the compilers not willing to make the effort to find it). I've heard they "can't find" the original Season 1 show opening and closing credits. I've stated this publicly before...I have this in 16mm and they are welcome to it. (Let's give Richard "Superman/Lethal Weapon" Donner rightful credit for directing the entire show--apart from the cartoons--not just "Danger Island.") I also have some "Quick Draw McGraw" interstitials in 16mm. They are welcome to that too. So far no one has approached me, and it's not a big deal, but seeing how "Magilla Gorilla" went out with no show opening or closing at all, and "Huckleberry Hound" had some segments which they had to copy from multi-generation VHS tape dubs...if I can help in some small way to make any of these releases better, then by all means I want to volunteer to do that...they don't even have to pay me. I have compiled a pretty thorough episode guide for "The Banana Splits Adventure Hour," with full run-downs of at least the Season 1 shows, and an attempt to reconstruct Season 2 with TV Guide listings and original scripts. The Season 2 portion is still a work in progress...but if the folks trying to do these DVDs want to refer to this list....if it helps in any way to get it right...here's the link: http://bananasplits.4t.com/EpisodeGuideMain.html The site also has a link to a video clip (from a Brazilian site) of the original Season 1 opening. I have it in better quality than that, on an original film print.