I must say I was very disappointed in last week's Entertainment Weekly (the one with Daredevil on the cover I believe) when they reviewed the Angel: Season 1 DVD's and said soemthing to the effect that the video transfers were horrible. I had already ordered the DVD's and most likely would have no matter what they said, and haven't yet checked mine out, but wasn't I surprised when today at The Digital Bits Angel recieved an "A" for Video quality. (The program content got an "A" as well) The folks at the bits are ususally pretty demanding in the video department and I trust them a whole lot more than EW, but am quite upset by this matter. How many readers will turn away from the set because of this apparently false statement? I've always wondered about some of their movie reviews, and the cynic in me wonders if it has to do with their Time-Warner affiliation. I wonder since Angel is a WB series, but is released on DVD by Fox if there's some kind of sour grapes going on. Maybe Warner isn't making as much profit as they'd like from the deal, and is trying to "bite" back. That or they got a defective set (as could be possible with an early pressing for the press I suppose) or they're watching DVD's on some cheapo $50 DVD player. I encourage anyone who's happy with the Angel set to encourage everyone else to get the set and fight the negative press out there.