There are several programs that we'd all like to see on Blu Ray, but what I can not understand is why several of HD TV programs have not been released on Blu Ray. Granted some of them were aired in HD prior to Blu Ray, but it's rather surprising that they weren't revisited. (There are also some that has shows that spanned the SD and HD realms, such as The Simpsons and Law & Order). These are the programs that aired in HD that should be released on Blu-Ray 24 West Wing Numb3rs Law & Order (and their spin off's) CSI (along with CSI: NY & CSI: Miami) Rules Of Engagement Till Death Alcatraz [See Below] The River Merlin Camelot Batman: The Brave & The Bold Arrested Development My Name Is Earl Desperate Housewives Coupling Dallas (2012) Men At Work House, MD Terra Nova The 4400 The Unit Grey's Anatomy ...and so many others. Granted that I realize that some of these have sporadic seasons in Blu-Ray (Merlin, 24, etc..), and some may just be beginning (Batman: The Brave & The Bold), but the studios are missing out on a great opportunity with complete series releases (so long as they don't super overcharge for the releases on Blu-Ray like they did with LOST and a few others that I can think of. If you price it fairly, I wouldn't think that it would sell OK (Granted that I also acknowledge that since the opportunity was lost in the beginning, that some may feel that the DVD is "good enough"), but I am sure that others might trade up? Anyone agree?