They should have included Joan Collins and Heather Locklear interviews, this being their first season. How about a Nolan Miller interview talking about the costumes? Other than that, all I can say is, with the exception the crummy Movielab optical work (no good dupe stock existed prior to 1986 according to our own Robert A. Harris), season 2 (I've just started it) is gorgeous, gorgeous, GORGEOUS! Now I understand why people praise CBS/Paramount's TV-DVDs, they take the time to make it look as good as possible (except for that one show set in Milwaukee). If they didn't replace music, I would have no real reservations about their sets. As for the ratings, here's what I got out of The Complete Directory to Prime Time Cable and Network TV Shows, compared to the other prime time soaps, including those that came and went quickly (I do not include shows that have continuing storylines but do not fall into the category ["don't-call-me-a-soap soaps" if you will], like Hill Street Blues). Their charts only go track from 1st to 30th place, so I consulted the individual entries in this book and Total Television for sub-30th placings: 1980-1981 Dallas: #1 ranking, 34.5 rating Knots Landing: #28 ranking, 19.0 rating Dynasty: below 30th Flamingo Road: below 30th Secrets of Midland Heights: below 30th 1981-1982 Dallas: #1 ranking, 28.4 rating Falcon Crest: #13 ranking, 21.4 rating Dynasty: #19 ranking, 20.2 rating Knots Landing: below 30th Flamingo Road: below 30th King's Crossing: below 30th 1982-1983 Dallas: #2 ranking, 24.6 rating Dynasty: #5 ranking, 22.4 rating Falcon Crest: #8 ranking, 20.7 rating Knots Landing: #20 ranking, 18.6 rating 1983-1984 Dallas: #1 ranking, 25.7 rating Dynasty: #3 ranking, 24.1 rating Falcon Crest: #7 ranking, 22.0 rating Knots Landing: #10 ranking, 20.8 rating 1984-1985 Dynasty: #1 ranking, 25.0 rating Dallas: #2 ranking, 24.2 rating Knots Landing: #9 ranking, 20.0 rating Falcon Crest: #10 ranking, 19.9 rating (tie with Crazy Like a Fox) Paper Dolls: below 30th Berenger's: below 30th Glitter: #94 ranking, unknown rating 1985-1986 Dallas: #6 ranking, 21.9 rating Dynasty: #7 ranking, 21.8 rating (tie with The Golden Girls) Knots Landing: #17 ranking, 19.5 rating (tie with Growing Pains) Falcon Crest: #24 ranking, 18.1 rating (tie with Moonlighting and Valerie) The Colbys: below 30th 1986-1987 Dallas: #11 ranking, 21.3 rating Falcon Crest: #23 ranking, 17.3 rating Dynasty: #24 ranking, 17.2 rating (tie with Highway to Heaven) Knots Landing: #26 ranking, 16.8 rating (tie with Miami Vice) The Colbys: below 30th 1987-1988 Dallas: #22 ranking, 16.8 rating Dynasty: #33 ranking, unknown rating Knots Landing: below 30th Falcon Crest: #34 ranking, unknown rating 1988-1989 Knots Landing: #28th ranking, 16.1 rating (tie with CBS Sunday Movie) Dallas: #29 ranking, 15.4 rating (tie with ABC mystery movie) Falcon Crest: #47 ranking, unknown rating Dynasty: #57 ranking, unknown rating Does anyone know where to find complete ratings charts for each year? Searching online has come up empty other than regurgitations of the tops from the major TV reference books.