Since we apparently have a new rule here at HTF regarding posting of pictures and frame grabs being determined by thread starters, I'm staring this thread for those who want to discuss the show without having to wade through a hundred different frame grabs, mountie drawings and who knows what else. I haven't seen mention of it yet, but what are everyone's thoughts and feelings about the fact that Warner Archive went back to their original premise of using whatever were the best elements on hand for Mr. Novak and they used the old 1980s Turner one-inch tape transfers rather than going back to the 35mm elements as they have been doing for most every other series. Does this mean that they feel that this and any other older shows they may release have such a limited sales potential that it doesn't pay for them to remaster them? Will this now limit future old TV series to those which were put on tape decades ago and eliminate the possibility of any shows being released which do not have existing tape transfers? As we know, when Turner bought MGM, all of the TV series they owned were mastered to one-inch tape. Not so with Warner/Lorimar shows so there are many obscure shows which they own which do not have videotapes.