I love 50s-60s era westerns, having been introduced to them by way of "The Rifleman" when I was five years old--this was a year or so after the show went off the air. Oddly enough, as popular as HGWT was in its initial run, I never came across it at any time during the 60's-80's, but took a chance when S1 came out on dvd. I'm enjoying it very much and have all three season sets including the companion book to the series. From that compendium which showcases all 225 episodes I realized there is much to look forward to in seasons 4-6, like the aforementioned two parter "A Quiet Night in Town". I also welcome the season 6 opener "Genesis" which provides vital information on the otherwise mysterious background of Paladin. Although season three is a bit of a miss to me owing to Richard Boone's increasing level of creative control of the series at the expense of Sam Rolfe (who departed in mid-season) and the fact that the season was rushed to accomodate Boone's desire to appear on Broadway, I know there is still much to savor in seasons 4-6. My only qualm is how rapidly Boone ages in the show, ostensibly due to his heavy smoking/drinking and generally overindulgent lifestyle. But an exceptional and serious method actor he most certainly was.