Of the shows I own several are at the season 3 point and others are on the doorstep. This list includes those that are already released and those that have concrete announcements. All in the Family 3 Cheers 3 Dick Van Dyke Show 5 Frasier 4 (3 out and season 11 in sept) Friends 7 Futurama 4 Good Times 3 M*A*S*H 6 Sanford and Son 4 Saved by the Bell 4 seasons (2 releases seaons 1 and 2 together, and seasons 3 and 4 together) Sex and the City 6 The Simpsons 4 South Park 4 Shows like King of the Hill, King of Queens, Married with Children, The Jeffersons, and 3s Company are all at 2 seasons. That’s just of the stuff that I own and recall off the top of my head. I know, as you mentioned that other shows have had this many releases. I actually think that with fewer and fewer big catalog titles left in film, that the studios will look to TV on DVD even more now. Yes, the fall is going to be interesting, but what I was referring to is something like if Paramount decided on its own to release Happy Days, Lavern and Sherley, Mork and Mindy, Frasier, Taxi, 7th Heaven, and the Andy Griffith show on the same day in edition to other studios coming out with multiple releases that very day, which is what happens with movies now. Of course, I’m the type that believes that competition for our dollar is a good thing for the consumer, in that the studios will put their best effort in to trying to get your dollar resulting in better quality sets. It’s a nice theory, but I know it has some practicle flaws. But right now, I see the market for this as reaching for its peak and it will level off eventually. Afterall, sooner or later the studios will run out of big ticket catalog TV shows to release. I am really curious as to what Gord and David Lambert think on this topic, and if the studios are really and perhaps unknowingly preparing to kill the goose laying the golden eggs.