I received my copy of the new Warner/BBC America set of the "Masterpiece Theater" classic Elizabeth R today. Talk about a classy package! The slipcase box is very heavy and is covered with a nice dark green felt. The letters are gold (not real, obviously) inlay. The 4 DVDs are housed in a folding pullout similar to the "X-Files" sets. The hubs used are a little different from what I've seen previously - the discs are not quite as hard to get off as in similar packages. All in all a very nice presentation, up there with the Lawrence of Arabia case. I've only had time to briefly look at the discs, but the video quality looks fine for a 30-year television production. It's about on a par with the other BBC TV discs we've seen from the same era. Sound is clear, with just a hint of background hiss. All in all, very watchable and probably as good as can be expected given the source and age. The 6 episodes are spread over the first 3 discs, with the 4th disc devoted to extras including a new interview with Glenda Jackson, a "behind the scenes" featurette, and some historical material. In addition, there is commentary throughout from historian Alison Weir. I missed all of the 70s era "Masterpice Theater" classics as there was no PBS station in my town at the time. Therefore I'm looking forward to diving into this set!! ------------------ Too many DVDs, too little time... AFI 100 Challenge - 36 to go!