okay, Showtime finally decided $109.99 for QAF seasons were too much (although season 5 will still be released at that price point, but it'll eventually be dropped in price). Fox first decided $149.99 was too high for X-Files sets, then dropped it to $99.99 and then they realized that was too high too, so now they're coming out at $49.99. And even the ever-elusive Paramount finally realized that $69.99 is a far more attractive price than $139.99 for the Trek seasons. So I think now it's time for HBO to start the ball rolling and drop the price on shows like Sopranos, Six Feet Under and Carnivale, with Sopranos and Six Feet, the first season or two of those have been out for ages and copies are probably collecting dust at this point for around $80 even when on sale cheap. I like Six Feet Under and would like to have it on DVD someday, but not for $80-100 a season, it's good but not THAT good considering they aren't even complete seasons, but basically what most networks would consider half-seasons. Anyone else with me?