I'm coming within a few nanometers of not getting any more sets of TV series on DVD. I certainly am going to stop looking forward to any that are announced. The reason is that way too much has gone wrong lately. I'm only interested in series from the 1950s-1970s. I realize that means I'm dealing with older material. Even so-- I Love Lucy Season Four -- two or three episodes are cut. Wanted: Dead or Alive -- sped up. My Favorite Martian Season Two -- several episodes sped up. Now comes the news that The Doris Day Show Season One, touted as being from "original elements," contains sped up syndicated episodes. And I could go on, unfortunately! The problem with TV shows is that they were subjected to too many indignities over the years and sometimes, like Humpty Dumpty, they just can't be put back together again. The other problem is that too many of these companies are clueless. Don't they realize that what people want are the episodes as they were originally shown? If people want cut, sped up, bad-looking episodes, all they have to do is record them off TV Land! I'm afraid some of these companies don't even KNOW that they're dealing with cut or sped-up prints -- or they don't care, which is even worse. I've about had it. Complete seasons on DVD was a great idea, but I'm afraid that for every great set, there are three or four that are so botched up they result in NO SALE for me.