I concede that "What's Opera, Doc?" is a great cartoon, even if it is not one of my favorites. Still, I have to ask how many times I am going to be forced to purchase "What's Opera, Doc?" in a collection just to get another cartoon or 2 that I do not already have. I remember when the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies were released on VHS that most of the same cartoons kept being released under different titles. "What's Opera, Doc" was released on more than one VHS title. It was the same story with laserdisc. DVD was around for a long time before ANY of these cartoons were released. The Golden Collections were not perfect but at least there was not repetition of the same cartoons in every set. I have more versions of "What's Opera, Doc?" than I know what to do with. Even though it is a great cartoon, I honestly do not care if I ever see "What's Opera, Doc?" again in my lifetime. In the meantime, there is a long list of really terrific Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies that have never been released on VHS, laser, or DVD (or Blu-ray). I was born in 1968 at which point the great Warner Brothers cartoons had ceased production. I am now 42 years old and I despair that a complete set of these classic cartoons will be released even in my lifetime, much less the lifetime of anyone who was around to see these cartoons in their heyday in theatrical release. Sony eventually stopped irritating fans of the 3 Stooges and finally got it right by releasing a complete set in chronological order. I have hoped for years that Warner Brothers will see the error of its ways and release these classics in some manner that will allow fans to obtain a complete set. It is disappointing and frustrating for fans and consumers who want to see these great unreleased cartoons and do not have the opportunity. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies deserve a complete chronological release and I despair that it will ever happen.