Having watched through Fresh Prince Season 1, I enjoy the episodes on DVD, but think the production could be a bit better. 1) Scene Selection What's with the no Scene Selections, and not even scene selections, but give me a spot or two where I can skip a chapter ahead. AT THE VERY LEAST, lemme skip the title sequence, I think that should be a standard for TV shows on DVD, if you like to watch the title 25 episodes over and over, FINE, but if not, you should just be able to chapter skip straight to the episode, the title sequence should always be a seperate chapter. 2) Bloopers Now I understand that I'm paying $21.96 for 25 episodes on great Television, BUT, I think we have the right to a blooper sequence at the end of the show, even the syndicated versions have this. I mean it's just common to have bloopers at the end of sitcom episodes, and I seem to remember Fresh Prince Season 1 having quite a few. I will say that Warner Brothers did use different ending music when it appeared in the episodes (there are a few episodes, where the show ends with different music, for example 'Someday Your Prince Will Be In Effect'), but still, my point about the 'blooper reel' as Will Smith calls it still stands. Now, I've said this plenty of time before, I'm not qualified to speak on a transfer, or OAR or any of that, I'm learning about all of that stuff as we speak, but I do know that I like to see certain things in a DVD release no matter how inexpensive it is. I don't mind not having commentary and things like that in a release such as this, but the above two things really get me. I started this thread as sort of a be all, so if anyone else has any gripes, post now or forever hold your peice. Hrmm, ok, as far as problems, the only problem I've run across so far on this Fresh Prince DVD is the well publicized packaging error (where they say it's 2 disc instead of 4), and one error in the audio/video synching up. Actually it seems more of a looping error by whomever handled the episode. In 'The Fresh Prince Project' which is the first episode of the series, there is a scene where Will appears at his Uncle Phil's party dressed in a very silly manner and doing outlandish things. The sequence goes a bit like this... *In Scene* Aunt Vivian: Will, is attended Bel-Air Academy with his Cousin Carlton. Mr. Firth: Ah yes, Bel-Air, I used to fence there Will: Oh really, how much do you think I could get for that statue (something like that). At this point, a server comes over with a plate and Mr. Firths' wife says: "orduers" and Will says "Don't Mind If I Do", and so on. Later the scene goes into the kitchen where everyone is sitting down to eat, and Will starts playing a tune on the glasses. Everything is fine there, the problem is, in the episode 'Someday Your Prince Will Be In Effect', they replay a few scenes that have happened through out the short lived show, they are recalling them in different stores and locations, like flashbacks almost as they are talking to people. Hillary uses the scene above to discribe her Cousin Will, and the scene plays, now the video and audio are in synch until right after Will makes the Fencing joke, instead of the rest of the scene being played out, they transision immediatly to the Dinner table where Will plays the tune. Instead of the audio following the transision, the audio continues through the 'orduers' scene. In other words, the "orduers", "Don't mind if I do" audio is played, but the scene isn't shown, it shows the dinner table and plays that audio, then the audio goes back to the actual dinner table scene. Hope that made sense...lol...Anyway, if you watch it, you'll see it. But that's the only problem I've run across so far. So anyway, has anyone else found anything in their DVD sets of this weeks TV Shows?