Not every show needs full season box sets. Now that the studios have embraced the concept of releasing entire t.v. series, I hope they don't back away from giving us, say, one or two "BEST OF" collections of some of the older classics, just so those of us into nostalgia can have a few episodes. I'm not talking cheesy public-domain-quality discs, but really well-presented ones featuring outstanding episodes of the show. Many of you will not agree with my choices, preferring full seasons (or in some cases, you won't even have heard of them! Shows my age!) Add your own choices, but only add ones you would be satisfied to have BEST OF discs for - a sampling to play just to relive some earlier period. Frankly, I don't even know if the kinescopes/film/tape of the earlier programs still exist... TOPPER (with Leo G. Carroll) I'M DICKENS, HE'S FENSTER (with Marty Ingels, John Astin) PETE AND GLADYS (with Harry Morgan and Cara Williams) RIN TIN TIN FOX HOUR OF THE STARS ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS (half-hour and hour shows) AMOS AND ANDY BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP THE BIG PICTURE CAESER'S HOUR & YOUR SHOW OF SHOWS CANDID CAMERA (original B&W years) CAPTAIN VIDEO CAR 54 WHERE ARE YOU CIRCUS BOY KUKLA, FRAN AND OLLIE DING DONG SCHOOL CAPTAIN KANGAROO ROMPER ROOM (syndicated) TERRYTOON CIRCUS (Host Claude Kirschner, New York) SANDY BECKER SHOW (New York) ZACHERLY (New York and other regions) THE BILL DANA SHOW MAVERICK LOU GRANT COURTSHIP OF EDDIE'S FATHER ROUTE 66 DAVE GARROWAY THE DEFENDERS DEATH VALLEY DAYS DENNIS THE MENACE AMERICAN BANDSTAND ERNIE KOVACS YOU BET YOUR LIFE (Groucho Marx) WAY OUT THRILLER THE HATHAWAYS HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL HAZEL GALE STORM SHOW HOOPERMAN THE INVADERS TONIGHT SHOW WITH JACK PAAR JOEY BISHOP SHOW ...I'd better stop here for now, as the list would go on and on. Your suggestions?