Surprisingly, it arrived today! Let's get to what you all really want to know! The original theme music is intact. Video is exactly like you remember, grainy. Looks like they just used the original broadcast tapes. That said, the PQ is actually pretty good as is the mastering. Each episode runs 22 mins.. Syndicated programs typically ran shorter than prime time network programs (even in the 1970's) so the running time is likely correct. Each dual-layered disc has 8 episodes. I noticed no compression related artifacts though I wasn't looking for any either. The Rod Serling episodes are clearly sourced from aging VHS tapes. They look worse than the Nimoy episodes but are watchable. The Mitch Pileggi episodes look very good. They should since they are only 10 years old. There is no new documentary with Leonard Nimoy. The box is smaller than the pictures online make it out to be. Just 8" wide and a little less than 6" tall. It has a nice glossy finish and feels sturdy. The box is hinged using some kind of black ribbon. With normal use, the box should hold up over time. The 7 cases fit snuggly inside. Nothing rattling around when it got to me. Each case holds 3 discs. The Serling episodes are all that is on the sole bonus disc in the season 7 (the Mitch Pileggi episodes) case. Each season was shrink wrapped, a possible indication of future indivdual releases. Possibly next year would be my guess. And that's pretty much it. I think we can guess at the delays now. Part of it was probably trying to get Nimoy for the new doc which clearly didn't happen, and part was probably trying to get better source material for the Serling episodes which also didn't happen. Still, it's a nice set and likely the best we are ever going to get. Sure, I'm a little disappointed in the lack of better source material for the Serling episodes and the new Nimoy doc. But, the mere fact this set exists at all, with the episodes as originally aired, makes me very happy. Looks like I can have "In Search Of..." on the weekends again! I'll start Saturday with the Serling episodes which I've never seen.