I'm currently working on an article about the best TV to DVD sets to own. My plan is to highlight five sets from each decade from the '50s to the '00s. While I'm looking to mention seminal shows, I'm also looking for shows that are ideal DVD sets (great, comprehensive extras, non-syndication cuts, etc.), so it won't necessarily only be the well-known classics. For example, I will not include THE COSBY SHOW in the '80s section because they used syndication cuts; likewise, I'll probably use FIREFLY in the '00s section despite it being a short-run series because of the great set and the good story behind it. Some of the stuff I know I will include: THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, BUFFY, THE X-FILES, LOST, THE MUPPET SHOW, SEINFELD, FAMILY GUY, I LOVE LUCY, THE HONEYMOONERS. Other stuff I'm considering: STAR TREK (TOS, DS9 and/or TNG), THE TWILIGHT ZONE (original series), THE SIMPSONS, CHAPPELLE'S SHOW, 24, LOIS & CLARK, MONTY PYTHON, COUPLING, ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS, THE OUTER LIMITS (original series). I definitely need more ideas, especially for non-SF stuff. So: suggestions? What are your favorites? Why?