And here's my take on this - After college, I acquired a few episodes as discarded-by-TV-stations 16mm prints (the only "home theater" available to me in 1982). At anywhere from $40 to $80 per show, well, you can do the math. (And imagine how long I'd have to live to catch, say, "The Encounter.") Then to Columbia House's Beta tapes (which format they discontinued 20 tapes in), at about - well, I don't want to remember how much. (Supplemented by random off-air tapes.) When Image completed their set I finally had all 156 in one format, and a reasonably durable one at that. (I had to simply junk two 16mm prints; vinegar syndrome hit hard - Viacom slopped those babies out and probably didn't thoroughly wash them at the end of processing. After all, they were ephemeral items in their view, to be run until worn out.) Believe me, I was delighted to be able to enjoy any & all of the 156 at my will and whim; I was able to ignore the recent mere repackaging. I spent my money and have received suitable enjoyment. If the new package includes vintage material such as bumpers, "next week," etc., that will weigh in my decision to buy or not... and I have several friends who may well enjoy the older set if I decide to part with it. If the new package contains little of interest... well, I saw it when caretaking Mr. Serling's archives, so it won't break my heart if absent again. The episodes - uncut - are what it's about for me. So I'll calmly await news and reviews on the new package.