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  1. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    Those were big words? :rolleyes:
  2. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    At its core, it is the nerd/geek penchant for making "lists" which nobody else pays attention to. (Other than other like-minded nerd/geek types hardcore into the same highly specialized niche).
  3. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    A hardcore dvd/bluray nerdy/geeky version of "fantasy football", but without any betting cash.
  4. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    You will have to do more googling and research, if you want to know what the exact functions / behavior are of the other firstparty options in Firefox.
  5. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    I haven't tried them all yet. The master killswitch appears to be privacy.firstparty.isolate (Offhand I don't know what the specific functions are of the other options in the privacy.firstparty.* hierarchy).
  6. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    The privacy.firstparty.isolate option set to true in about:config in Firefox, will do something similar.
  7. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    Have you tried directly asking VEI or Kino if they would be willing to do a St. Elsewhere complete series dvd (or bluray) set?
  8. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    (Without going into technical details). Essentially dvd-mod titles will never hit bargain bin prices, unless a huge distributor files for bankruptcy and liquidates all the dvd-mod inventory.
  9. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    Even more annoying were the later seasons which were only released as dvd-mod by Fox.
  10. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    That kind of "sticker shock" is what turned me off from the first dvd releases of Star Trek TOS, which had two episodes per disc. (Each disc was sold seperately for around $20 a pop). I looked into Connections around that same time period, but didn't find any good info. So I completely forgot...
  11. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    Though speaking of the 2009 Fox re-releases and Reba, my copies of Reba seasons 1 to 4 were the 2009 re-released ones in the generic amaray multidisc dvd cases. My copies had a few of the discs slightly scratched during the manufacturing/packaging stages, but they played fine. (IIRC, the...
  12. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    IIRC, Fox only did single-sided discs re-releases for Bones, Reba, and Mary Tyler Moore. Though in the case of Reba, only seasons 5 and 6 were redone as single-sided discs. (Seasons 5 and 6 were originally done as DVD14 double-sided flipper discs). Unfortunately seasons 1 to 4 were still in...
  13. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    In a fantasy alternate world, I would like to believe there is a large enough nostalgia audience for The Pretender, such that Disney or somebody else (ie. shout, kino, etc ...) might release a 25th anniversary edition complete series dvd set. Though back to our reality, I suspect the audience...
  14. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    With all that being said, an NYPD Blue complete series dvd set released by Shout Factory would likely be a first-day buy for me. Such a hypothetical set would likely have seasons 3 and 4 both redone as single-sided discs. (Seasons 3 and 4 were originally done as 4-disc sets by Fox, where the...
  15. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    The stuff which I strongly suspect will remain dead, is anything owned by Disney/Fox. For example, I was hoping The Pretender and other MTM productions (such as Remington Steele) might be re-released as single-sided discs. If Fox wasn't willing to do any re-releases, then I suspect Disney will...
  16. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    In contrast for shows I didn't really watch (or not at all) and don't remember much of, the only way I would notice music modifications is if it sounds "anachronistic" and/or if there are online list of original songs from each episode which point out modifications on the dvds.
  17. jcroy

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    If this was 5 or 10+ years ago, I would have listed something like Cold Case and maybe a single-sided discs re-release of Silk Stalkings. Fastfoward to today, I have a strong suspicion I would feel very disappointed if Cold Case was released by Warner Archive with too much of the music...
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