I admit it-I find Jackass funny. I'm not all that ashamed either-it's a real life cartoon. It's stupid and it knows it's stupid. So does Jerry Springer-but what separates it is that it's actually entertaining. And for my own ego, I'll say that the two volumes are sandwiched in between Hong War Kwai's In the Mood For Love, and Spielberg's Jaws. All right, now that that's out of the way.... The DVD's are a huge disappointment. For one-they are still completely censored. Every 'F' bomb, butt crack, and accidental human feces remains as was aired on TV. It'd be nice if they could have at least unbleeped it-with the movie doing so well, it seems odd that MTV got tepid with the DVD. Second, this is a "best of". Not even best of the season-best of shows. It's like a long clip show. They take skits from the seasons, and link them together. Since many of the episodes had little funny asides, running gags, and such, it'd be nice if we could have had season sets. Even worse, is some of the music in the bits, one of the highlights of the show, has been changed. The stretcher scene now no longer has The Pixies "I've Got a Broken Face" running behind it. The Rolling Stone cover shoot ends before Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone". I'm sure there are more, but those stuck out like a sore thumb. Next, the features are useless-a trivia game, and a photo gallery. The menus are funny, but that's not much. The Steve-O video by Trimark had better features than this. Third, despite being cheap individually, the content that is spread over these 2 DVD's could have easily fit onto one. So you are really paying $28 or so for 1 featureless DVD. That said, however, I still don't regret buying them, because I'm an idiot that finds people getting hurt and farting funny.