I have to say that Universal is currently the worst company in the home video market. The things I would like to do to the so-called brain trust and none of them are legal. Their products are overpriced and shoddy. First exhibit is Night Gallery. First of all there are only 7 episodes maybe 8 if they throw in the movie. The list price is $59.98(I know it can be had for less). What do you get for that? Shows whose picture quality is questionable and several episodes that have mismatched elements like music cues. And then you get no extras even though there are items out there that could be added without being done from scratch. Some of those items include documentaries and scene specific recordings commentaries of edisodes from Rod Serling's college tours. On the Munsters, for the same list price at least you get 38 episodes. Other than that there are no guarantees on the quality of the pictures. There are also no extras and apparently Universal even objects to customers going out and purchasing extras. Columbo has the same problem. High list price, no extras, and a limited number of episodes(I believe 10 with the movies). Then of course of upcoming Buck Rogers set. They added the awful second season which means we are going to pay through the nose for something a lot of us don't want. I hate to see the list price on that. Bottom line is there doesn't look to be any extras there. I know a lot of tv product aren't remastered or have extras, but a lot of them list for less than $30. Even the Star Trek sets which cost more have some extras and at least 22 episodes. What is Universal's respone to all of this? Maybe they'll do something later if these sets sell. Talk about legalized blackmail. Boy how I hate Universal. I give them a Golden Rasberry as the hands down winner.