Just a random thought brought on by the release of the "Hunter" TV series on DVD. My DVD habits have declined drastically over the past year with the arrival of some significantly increased living expenses. Since I haven't been buying lately (save for a few films I really want to own), my interest in DVD buying has wained and I've been staring at my collection of unwatched DVDs collecting dust and thinking about the thousands of dollars that went into the collection. My question - do any of you regret purchases made in the past? Especially the movies that you weren't a fan of but bought because the DVD package was supposed to be of benchmark quality or "Complete Series" collections of TV series. Even when I was avidly purchasing, I never found the time to watch most of these discs. Save for series like "24" where it doesn't work to watch episodes individually or "Chappelle's Show" bought for individual sketches, I just don't have the desire to watch 12 hours of a single TV show, or to rewatch movie I wasn't that interested in to begin with (X-Men and X-2 come to mind). I find this really true with older TV shows I bought because I was a huge fan when growing up (Battlestar Galactica, Good Times, The Simpsons). The shows are never as good as I remember them being and even the kitsch and/or nostalgia aspect don't seem to be there. Probably best (for me) to let memories remain memories. How do you watch? Do any of you put the discs mentioned above to good use or are your experiences similar to mine? More importantly, if the latter, have you changed your buying habits?