Elequently stated, Jeff. And unfortunately, I have to agree with you completely. I'm 41 years old and the shows I so desperately want to see released are primarily those that aired in the 50's and 60's. There are so many wonderful, classic series from those two decades and we will not see many of them on dvd. Those are just the hard, cold facts of the matter. And for the exact reasons you mentioned. The Execs in most of these companies really don't see our age demographic as significant. All that matters is the almighty teenybopper and 20-something age groups. The ones that want "classics" like ... Oh well, no use raining on other peoples' parades. But you know what I mean. As to the question this thread asks, I'll answer with a few shows I really have lost hope for: FATHER KNOWS BEST ROUTE 66 PATTY DUKE SHOW DONNA REED SHOW DENNIS THE MENACE THE UNTOUCHABLES BATMAN OUR MISS BROOKS 77 SUNSET STRIP TARZAN (Ron Ely series) HONEY WEST There are a few shows that are lagging, and that I'm beginning to worry about: LEAVE IT TO BEAVER (maybe a little early to be concerned, but I still am) HAVE GUN, WILL TRAVEL (how long has it been since Season 3 was released?) DRAGNET (definitely think this one is in big trouble) QUINCY (same as above) HAPPY DAYS (well documented problems with this series) WONDER YEARS (nostalgic look back for me personally, but no way it's coming) NAKED CITY (the half-hour episodes) Gary "its really depressing to see some of these companies show a total lack of desire to release their classic tv shows" O. P.S. I'm probably an idiot for NOT losing hope on this series yet, but THE FUGITIVE still seems like a no-brainer for Paramount. Don't know how much longer I can hold out hope though.