I've been reading the reports on www.tvshowsondvd.com about both "Mad About You" and "The Larry Sanders Show". I have to say it's pretty disheartening, especially to those who have purchased season sets of these series. Fans of these shows have been chomping at the bit awaiting future seasons, only to learn that they'll be getting nothing more than a "best-of" release. What a slap in the face! Now this makes me wonder if CTS plans to do this with any other series. I'll admit, I'm not a fan of either "Mad About You" or "The Larry Sanders Show" but what they're doing is NOT right. To release 1 or 2 complete season sets, THEN waiting at least 2 years only to find out that the next offering is a compilation makes no sense. I've personally been awaiting the 3rd season of "The Jeffersons". It's been over a year and a half since season 2 hit store shelves. If I find out that a "best-of" is all they're going to offer next, I will be totally outraged. They shouldn't start what they can't finish. Simple as that. If they're pulling this stunt on two of their titles, who's to say they won't do it to others. They can sugar coat it all they want by saying "We're testing the waters to see if it'll sell." but I'm not buying it. "Larry Sanders" didn't sell well due to the outragous retail price. I find it difficult to believe that "Mad About You" didn't sell well. Hell, the first season obviously sold well enough to warrant a second. In my opinion, they're doing everything ass backwards. They had the right approach by releasing "best-ofs" of "Married...With Children" prior to releasing season sets. But they're definitely backpedalling. You don't release a couple of seasons, only to follow it up with a best-of. Like I said, it's a slap in the face to the consumers who spend their hard-earned money on season sets with the expectation that subsequent seasons will follow. I'd like to know your opinions on this matter. I simply don't think it's right.