Just received the 25-disc set yesterday. The shows look good, considering they were videotaped. I watched a couple of the documentaries and they were well-edited and pretty enlightening. The new interviews range from charming to strangely irrelevant, much like the ones on the Dean Martin Show sets did. (Speaking of which, the bonus episodes included from that series are just the first two discs of the first six-disc Dean Martin Show collection.) The bonus sketches are cleverly presented in that they come from the same episodes as some of the roasts on the same disc, so it allows us to see some of that week's roasters doing other things.The only real disappointment thus far is that there are music edits. I have only watched a few of the roasts, but the Telly Savalas episode runs about four minutes short and is missing the Good Ship Lollipop montage, as well as Rowan and Martin's entire appearance. I know clearances can be difficult and expensive, but I was hoping that the $250 price would prevent this issue from plaguing the set.