First off, love the phonograph box housing of the set; and in my favourite color, too: red! Also, I've spent a great deal of my time enjoying my Episode Trivia (blowing my own horn here!) and the splendid quality of the new prints struck from the original 35mm interpositives. I've also seen all the Easter Eggs, the clips from NBC News, and Micky, Michael and David's skits from The Glenn Campbell Goodtime Hour. This I've got to say about Micky Dolenz's commentary of "Mijacogeo" (a.k.a. "The Frodis Caper"): COMPLEETLY OVER THE TOP!! Just like the very episode he represents! There are a few downsides to the set, as well. First off, I was majorly disappointed that the tag sequence to "It's A Nice Place To Visit..." (the first episode I played in the set) was not included; it may go on to be one of The Great Mysteries Of Television History. Also, the film print quality of some episodes wasn't without its faults: scratches, green tints, and/or lavender cheeks. And I'm not too keen on the fading out of the sound along with the picture as the episode pauses for commercial; it kind of defeats the whole purpose of what they're trying to do: show the episode fully intact (in sound as well in scene). Not to mention the fact that the disc covers were murder to try and remove from the box! And this is the one discovery of The Monkees which I found the most perplexing: the show still used the Kellogg’s™ sponsor billboard sequence from the first season (even with the new package faces in the end credits!), even as far as February 1968! (Probably used the same Monkees Rice Krispies commercials from Season 1, too!) And it wasn't until about March 1968 (the tail end of the season) that they updated the billboard! Now where is that at?! Anywho, it was a real pleasure to get the set. I am proud and happy to have been part of both The Monkees Season 1 and 2 sets by Rhino. What a groove (did I just say that?!) to be blessed with all 58 episodes of The Monkees television series (NBC, Sept. 12, 1966-Sept. 9, 1968) on DVD in my collection! I'll never rely on syndication again! The Circle Is Compleet!! I highly recommend The Monkees Season 2 DVD Boxed Set. Many of the episodes' off-the-wall style in a way makes Season 1 pale in comparison. A long way from Vanessa Russell's Sweet 16 birthday party, indeed!