Gary, this is the guy who took personal charge of preparing this set, and his comments specifically go out of the way to diss the Roxbury transfers, and leave readers with a clear understanding of why we should expect them to look better, which also I might add is supposed to convince those of us who spent money on the first three seasons, why it will somehow be worth our while to spend a fortune on a complete set and not gripe about it. Now that we discover there is no substantive difference between what their S1-3 will look like and what Roxbury's looked like then what we have here is a case of a label engaging in an act of price gouging the consumer a lot worse than WBA can ever be accused of IMO. The fact they are an indy is not an excuse for them, especially when they have a spokesman who in all candor has developed a track record for saying a lot of things that turned out to be false. Shout should have simply released S4 only and left it at that. There is no justification IMO for this kind of screw job on the consumer by repackaging the same elements and expecting someone to pay $130 retail for one season of episodes. If that practice can be excused for Shout, then sorry, but all the complaints about the WBA price scale just went up in smoke as far as I'm concerned.