Hey there, Gary! Just got on the computer after a rather long day. I'm so glad to learn that season-3 has officially been confirmed. Season-2 was one of my top favorite dvd-sets of last year. I was getting a bit worried that Shout Factory might have abandoned it, perhaps to concentrate on their newfound niche of 70s/80s fare. This upcoming set should transition us from the William D. Russell directed episodes to the Peter Tewksbury ones, and I'm rather curious as to whether this change will be initially apparent. It's been so terribly long since I've seen any of these. Great that they are continuing with the "Window on Main Street" bonuses. I guess I can see why that series never quite caught fire. In some ways it seems to have a more dated mindset than Young's earlier hit, and probably appealed moreso to an older crowd, more attuned to its comparatively dated Will Rogers/"Our Town"/Norman Rockwell vibe. It seems to parallel a few other early-60s tv items like "Ichabod and Me" and "The New Loretta Young Show" and such, which also didn't succeed. Probably seemed to be pretty stuffy fare to younger folks (who were probably digging "Dobie Gillis" and such at the time). But, "Window" makes for a great extra in these dvd-sets, especially with their complete, commercial-included context.