Based on the lack of topics on the subject, I figure I'm in the minority of people here who actually want these fun, and admittedly occasionally cheesy and ridiculous ( ), series released to DVD. Naturally, I'm referring to The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman. I wasn't even born yet when these shows were making their normal broadcast runs in the 1970s, but I caught on to them after having seen the three reunion movies, Return Of The Six Million Dollar Man And The Bionic Woman (1987), Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man And The Bionic Woman (1989), and Bionic Ever After? (1994). As of late, I'm stuck watching re-runs of these classics on local TV (in French, no less - I can't even see them in their original splendour!), and find myself just wanting more...and in English! I've already written Universal Home Video/DVD on the matter, but *sigh* all I get is a cheap copy and pasted e-mail stating that . Why is that, I wonder? I'm certain that there are many fans, particularly those who grew up on Steve Austin's and Jaime Sommers' bionic antics, secret missions, etc. - not to mention those like myself who have come to enjoy the series despite not having experienced them growing up - who would very much like to revisit their entire seasons on digital transfer, improved sound, etc. Am I wrong in thinking this? ...Not to mention the fact that I'd love to rewatch the reunion movies too! Personally I think it would make for a great gift set: The Six Million Dollar Man - All Complete Seasons; The Bionic Woman - All Complete Seasons; The Three Bionic Reunion Movies... I'd buy that in a heartbeat, even if there were little or no special features (though I would much rather have special features!). Anyone else feel the same way?