For the past decade, give or take a few years, I've looked at the backs of TV On DVD releases from CBS Home Entertainment, and almost invariably, they say "Music has been changed for this home entertainment version". Whether the show is 60 years old (like "I Love Lucy") or 6 months old (like the latest seasons of the various CSI programs), it says that the music is changed. It even says that when they release TV movies on other labels (1986's "Gone To Texas" ended up in a Mill Creek Western pack and on the back, it said music was changed). Is it like that all on CBS DVDs? Do the CSI programs have their theme songs by The Who, or are they changed as well? In general, is that just a stock warning they put on each DVD, or is it all changed? If it's all changed, I can understand how music rights issues can be hard to clear for programs going up to the 1990s, but for shows that are still on the air, it just seems puzzling. Sincerely, John Kilduff... It's unfortunate that CBS owns music-heavy programs like "Solid Gold"...The chances of intact releases of that are rather slim if CBS' past decade of TV-On-DVD releases are any indication.