Anyone purchase this set yet? I received mine from Deep Discount yesterday. A quick scan through several of the episodes indicates that those that have the best transfers are quite probably the sharpest, clearest looking episodes of all three box sets. Unfortunately, a few episodes lack crispness and fine grain clarity--thankfully they are proportional in number to the good transfers witnessed in seasons 1 and 2. This time around Paramount has packaged 2 discs per slim case, making for a slimmer box set (4 slim cases instead of six). What's annoying though is that now the plot synopses are covered by the discs, which in turn are held in place by somewhat inferior center tabs. (On one my cases, two of the tiny "tabs" snapped off when removing the disc--they were bent in manufacturing/handling). The menu set-up is much the same, however somewhere around the third or fourth disc there is an alteration to the layout for the "Play" and "Wire Paladin" selections. Two other minor annoyances: a glossary box (first two had a satin finish) and the arrangement of episodes. 5 discs contain 6 episodes apiece, but disc two has 4 and disc 7 has 5. Why not arrange them like the first two seasons? They could have then packaged three slim cases with 2 discs in each. When I first read that there were 7 discs in this collection I was hoping the 7th would be devoted to extras--sadly, that is not the case. All in all, highly recommended, because hey, it's Paladin in all his glory. Though we get a few more duds compared with the first two seasons, there are a number of 4 star segments, including: "First, Catch a Tiger", "Episode in Laredo", "Return to Fort Benjamin" and "The Unforgiven".