I'm looking forward to 2004. This should be the year when most companies really get the finger out and exploit the TV on DVD market. We have heard some great news from Paramount regarding potential releases (Happy Days, Taxi, Mission impossible, Mork and Mindy etc) Warner are doing some decent work and i imagine Fox will kick butt next year with more TV releases including hopefully at least three seasons of The Simpsons! However it ain't all peaches and cream. The release schedule for many classic shows is piss poor (Law and Order, Charlies Angels, SWAT etc) so many big name shows still haven't made there DVD debut and aren't we all fed up with "Music issues"? Its still a new market so hopefully these problems can get ironed out within the next year or so. The release schedule for classic shows must be addressed. Cheers Season 2 is making its debut a full 7 months after the 1st season. For a show that ran 11 seasons this is not good enough. Many buyers want to see a release plan that shows good potential for an entire collection. Companies must be a bit more adventurous and consider working on 2 or 3 seasons of the same show at a time. This will allow a healthy release schedule and most likely boost sales. Example- Cheers Season 1 - May 2003 Cheers Season 2 - August 2003 Cheers Season 3 - November 2003 Cheers Season 4 - February 2004 Cheers Season 5 - May 2004 Cheers Season 6 - August 2004 Cheers Season 7 - November 2004 Cheers Season 8 - February 2005 Cheers Season 9 - May 2005 Cheers Season 10 - August 2005 Cheers Season 11 - November 2005 All 11 Seasons released within 2 and a half years. Surely a release every 3/4 months is do-able? Waiting around for sales figures before working on the next release ain't gonna cut it with most shows. Long running sitcoms like Cheers,Mash,Frasier etc need a minimum three seasons a year. Four if possible. The same for drama shows like Law and Order, E.R etc. I hope the companies understand this. As for music issues I shall discuss them later, my fingers are tired from typing!