Just noticed that Space: 1999 Season One will be coming to Blu-ray this fall. Some websites have noted that Amazon has a pre-order listing up for it now. The link is http://www.amazon.com/Space-1999-Complete-Season-Blu-ray/dp/B003ES5JDI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1279742398&sr=1-1 To be fair, I first noticed this at The Digital Bits, and then noticed discussions about it popping up all over the place. But I must give first props to Bill Hunt. I hope that this release will utilize the high definition masters made for the UK Network DVD release a few years back - I saw that one in standard definition and thought it was a fine piece of work. Among other things, they took the time to rebuild the credit screens for Martin Landau and Barbara Bain, using the textless versions preserved for language variation. Meaning that for the first time, you could see a really clean version of those two images, as the ones we have been seeing for years have been a bit distressed. The Network DVD website used to have a great page about their remastering work, which included some screen images of what they had been doing. And in the UK DVD set, there was a pair of booklets, one of which went into depth about the remastering process. The Network set also came with a generous amount of extra materials, including commentaries by Gerry Anderson on "Breakaway" and "Dragon's Domain" and a version of the Space: 1999 documentary done by Fanderson. (I should note that Gerry Anderson's commentary mostly repeats what he says in the documentary.) I believe A&E also has access to two other commentaries issued with the special "remastered" Season One DVD - one with Gerry Anderson for "Dragon's Domain" and one with Sylvia Anderson for "The Testament of Arkadia". And there's also the fan-made "Message from Moonbase Alpha" with Zienia Merton. I have no idea if any of this stuff will be included, but it's always nice to hope.