Hi Scott, Hitchcock is a personal favorite of mine also, and Truffaut is pretty high up on my list as well. Have you seen THE BRIDE WORE BLACK. Truffaut's tribute to Hitch? I'm glad to see Sarah again too, but "London Bridge Is Falling Down is for babies!" ;-) Seriously, Sharon Smyth was a sweet kid. Her character added a lot to the role - there's a bit of melancholy when she talks about not being able to find her parents. And I'll be properly booing and hissing when Angelique enters the picture and starts to mess with her. I'm at episode 260 and once again, the disc finishes on another exciting conclusion with Maggie escaping from her cell - just in the nick of time with Barnabas in hot pursuit. We also get 2 milestones in one episode - Elizabeth Stoddard actually leaves Collinwood (to take her daughter home - a rather painful scene I might add), and she later admits to Vicky that she killed her husband, so that storyline is percolating as well. Buzz has been a hoot, but I have to admit I like how he made Jason McGuire look like a fool.