As a supplement, I'd like to see the unsold 1963 documentary that not only profiled Schulz, but had animated inserts by Melendez's studio that apparently led to the creation of the animated specials in the first place. Anyways, I think this is a stupid way to put the same stuff out over and over again when there's a ton of specials that have never been released on DVD at all... at least from a non 'rake in profits from individual releases and than hit 'em again with more efficiently priced, better packaged sets of everything' point of view! Does anyone know if Warner Home Video are working on the transfers themselves or whether the Peanuts/Schultz company have completed their own restorations for WHV's distribution? I'd like to know what's already been completed as far as remastering these for DVD and when we will hear more about this supposed "ultimate collection" that was to include ALL of the network special as well as the TV show episodes? How long will we have to wait for that and why don't they put it out there already and make it available to those of us who have no intention of buying up all these individual double-feature discs?? I wonder if they're not deliberately trying to cash-in on the separate releases before revealing details of this mega set? Somebody wake me up when Warner Bros. puts out a collection of these singles collecting EVERYTHING in the Peanuts TV universe as promised in the initial press release. Hopefully low sales resulting from people already owning all of this material won't effect that promised collector's set. I just hope we don't have to wait through a dozen holidays to get all this stuff out before we see proper comprehensive releases.