WIth the filth that is made and tacked up on The Cartoon Network these days, it would be nice if the "good" older cartoons would hit the DVD format. The Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse Box set is excellent, and I hope it will be the conductor on the train for other older classic cartoons on DVD besides Scooby Doo. Im talking rarities such as Deputy Dawg (The Terrytoon cartoons have been locked away for 10+ years because Universal and Viacom are retarded), Heckel and Jeckel, Do Do The Kid from Outer Space, Q.T. Hush, Possible Possum, Rocky and Bullwinkle, George of the Jungle and many, many others. It's criminal for these cartoons (and live-action shows) to be wasting away in some cold vault for 30, 40+ years. It's truly a shame. It's part of our past on film, and it's my well guided belief that EVERY show ever produced should be saved on the DVD format. Tack on some old commercials from that time period as well. It could seem like we're traveling back in time to the 50's watching say...The Honeymooners as it was originally broadcast on network tv. Alot of people would go for that idea. But, we're losing our past,STUDIOS!! Regardless of how much money is made by the product, there's always gonna be a new Harry Potter movie or other crap, that will more than make ends meet. MONEY IS NOT EVERYTHING!!!