I don't think anyone disputes the fact that Timeless has given us some good non-western choices. I think what this comes back to is the feeling that in the non-western dramatic genre, the well is pretty much tapped for Universal owned properties that Timeless could do but a number of titles in the Univeral owned sitcom genre that *could* have been released remain untapped and Timeless is the only label that would have any legitimate reason for tackling them. Those of us who aren't enthused to hear about more westerns, I think again are only expressing the hope that Timeless might at some point show some awareness of what else there is to explore for release and its more a comment on current policy than past policy when there was without question a great level of diversity in titles chosen for release across dramatic genres even with a high volume of westerns. Even if this doesn't happen, Timeless would still stand tall for doing so much good for the hobby with what they have released, and I will also go on record as congratulating them for being alone among labels in making sure that once they start a title, they see it through to completion if its a multi-season one. I think the only title they have done where we have not seen a full run release is The Loretta Young Show, which admittedly does present some problems in that area. But all other titles, including even the long-stalled second volume of "Lawless Years" finally came through and that says a lot about their consideration for those who have bought their titles in the past.