What do you think about this idea? (More positive feedback, this time, please.) To Shout! Factory: I would like to suggest a Complete Series box set of Benson (1979-1986, 158 episodes, licensed from Sony). All the episodes should be restored and remastered from the original film elements, and they should be unedited. The original Columbia Pictures Television logos should be included at the end of the episodes. Special features should be included, including audio commentaries with the cast and crew, text commentaries, retrospective documentaries with the cast, a Savings Bonds film with the cast ("Benson: The U.S. Goes To Market"), promos (ABC/syndication/TV Land), bloopers, photo galleries, and more. A segment of bloopers from the show that aired on "Life's Most Embarrassing Moments" with Rene' Auberjonois and Steve Allen should be included. The "Benson/Sports Night" promo from the Sports Night 10th Anniversary Edition should be included. The Christmas message from the cast at the end of the "Mary and Her Lambs" episode, the series recap from the last episode, and the three alternate endings for the last episode should be included. An excerpt from Robert Guillaume's Archive of American Television interview should be included. The "Benson" cast's appearances on "Family Feud" should be included. English subtitles should be included. A collector's book should come with the set, including pictures, an episode guide, a history of the show, and more. Since you worked with Robert Guillaume on the Sports Night 10th Anniversary Edition, and since you are working with Sony for new things (like the "All in the Family" Complete Series box set and "Diff'rent Strokes"), can you make an agreement with Sony for this box set?