The problem with putting shows on dvd is usually syndication issues. Studios make more money on syndication than on a dvd release. The problem is that their are a lot of show that are not in syndication or are but only in some locations. Granted a show like CSI will definitely make a ton of money in syndication. But, take a show like "Space: Above & Beyond" which is on syndication sometimes on scifi channel. I cannot see a show that is on once in awhile or not at all making a lot of money for a studio. Now I have no idea how much it costs to produce a dvd. But, most people would be happy getting a hard to find tv show that has a clear picture and sound. Even if it is bare bones. You can't tell me that a their wouldn't be at least 15,000 people in the US alone that would buy a season set of any show if the price is reasonable. If they make $20.00 a season on a show that is over $300,000 dollars. Not bad for a show that is sitting in a vault collecting dust. The ideal would be for the studios to release shows that are not popular in syndication. But, that have a fan base. Which is not hard if you ever look on the net and find web sites for almost any show. I know people are going to chime in and say it is more complicated than that. Maybe it is. But, if a studio can make money on something that isn't. Wouldn't it be worth it to take a second look at. Look at how popular the season sets of X-Files, Simpsons and MASH have been. And these shows are constantly on in syndication.