I was thinking that it would be nice to have a collection of the PBS educational children's shows of the late 60's through mid 80's available on DVD to watch with our kids since most of these have been replaced by the network in recent years and are unavailable in any other medium... We already have two DVD compilations of classic "Mr. Roger's Neighborhood" episodes along with a 3-disc boxed set of "Mr. Dressup" episodes which are great and I welcome more... But what about shows like "Today's Special", "Reading Rainbow", "The Polka Dot Door", "3-2-1 Contact" and most importantly... "Captain Kangaroo"! Okay, the last one isn't a PBS series I don't think, but apart from the early 70's and 80's Sesame Street episodes which don't seem like they'll ever come out on DVD in their proper context, I can't think of a classic children's TV show more deserving of being preserved on DVD! It's been almost two decades I think, since the Captain has aired on syndicated television and it seems as though the series will soon fade into a nostalgic obscurity if it is not preserved in some form. It's a shame that these fantastic, imaginative chgildren's series which co many of us grew up on are not available to our next generation of kids to learn from and enjoy. Who else would want to see some of these shows brought to DVD in some form and what are the chances that it will ever happen?