Voting based on.. .packaging/casing .design/artwork .extras .quality a/v .liner notes I had a friend who said Seinfeld, but I can't stand the packaging. For one, the cover art is from the same photo session somewhere in the later seasons. Also, the packaging could have been made smaller. Four discs in two slim cases, like the newer tv set are shipped in, i.e. Earl, and Everybody Hates Chris for example. Ok that being said, here are my picks for packaging catergory and best extras as well as my overall choices. I dont own EVERY set, but i am judging from a good amount that I own. .packaging/casing 1. Deadwood. classy, somewhat sturdy book style. 2. SNL complete season one. Same as above. plus its understated and elegant 3. good times (j/k) dane cooks tourgasm. I love the thin tin case with a no text back, with a promo photo. nice try goes to....CUrb Your Enthusiasm's pull out top and bottom thingie. at the time it was a unique tv on dvd package. Now its just falling apart. Literally. The monkees Record player dvd sets. They would be great, if they played records. .extras 1. seinfeld. set the standard. nothing else comes close. though threes company and dukes of hazzard were impressive for 70's sets. overall.... 1. deadwood great packaging. classy artwork, stunning design, solid extras, great sound and video, just lacks a booklet or any liner notes. 2. monkees unique packaging, cool artwork and retro design, nice extras for a 60's show, and a mini booklet. 3. seinfeld the only thing keeping this set from being the best ever, is the aforementioned weak cover art ( i would have preffered a pic from each season on the cover of the matching one.), and choice of 4 instead of 2 digipaks. I guess i'd have to say Deadwood. HBO really knows how to package the discs (outside of Mr Show, which looks likeit was made in a school art class), and they also know how to charge for em. Gotta pay that art department.