I think Quincy will be finished, it appears to be selling well and after this months release there are only two seasons left. Shout! has released 3 seasons in the span of 7 months whereas Universal took 4 years to release the first three seasons so that tells me that this title is doing well for Shout! I think the lack of any new classic TV on DVD releases has to do with Shout! being more selective in terms of what series they are looking to license. I read a comment a while back on the Shout! board from B Ward, where he stated that they are looking to shift the focus towards more mainstream shows that have a bigger fanbase and thus will sell better than a lot of the stuff they have licensed has. Many of the Sony shows they have acquired the rights to have not done well and are now pretty much abandoned. They seem to be taking a more cautious approach, in terms of what shows they are looking to license, depending of course on whether they can acquire the rights. A couple shows that I think might fit their strategy would be The Love Boat and Alfred Hitchcock Presents (if Universal doesn't continue releasing it?!). Of course, I thought Fantasy Island would do well for them but it has apparently become stalled so what do I know?!