Sorry for posting this twice, (moderator can you delete the other post or delete this one & fix the subject on the other, thanks) from tvshowsondvd.com (thank you again Gord) At the time The Simpsons - The Complete 6th Season shipped out, that allowed folks who didn't like the new-style "Homer's Head" box to upgrade (or is Tons of people took Fox up on that offer, and the studio started to ship out those boxes within the past couple of weeks. They are showing up at people's homes, now, and several of our readers have been sending in shots or scans of the new box. Many of these were with camera phones, and hard to see, but thanks to one of our readers, Travis Walter, we got some pretty clear shots of the new package. We took those and turned them into the collage you see below. Let us briefly explain how this works, and to do that let's take you inside the original package. Before the "Homer's Head" version shipped, TVShowsOnDVD owner Gord Lacey of his review copy of Season 6, and if you go look at those real quick, I'll direct you to the second shot. In it, the plastic cover is opened and swung down on the bottom hinge, and you can see the cardboard insides with Homer's mouth all taped up. You would remove that (which is what actually holds the DVDs) from the plastic shell, and then you can take that shell and put it in the closet, throw it away, eBay it, or whatever. The cardboard part with Homer's mouth taped up will then be slid down into the new slipcover from the top, as you can see below. You first have to take the slipcover, which is shipped to you flattened, and assemble it using the instructions included. Be careful about the bottom; we're told by readers that it is hard to get it folded together correctly, and can tear. We hope you enjoy this look at the alternate box, which has a "Who Shot Mr. Burns?" theme and a cut-out in the magnifying glass which is designed to show Homer's eye when the DVD case has been inserted. On the back is a shot of the mortally wounded Mr. Burns laying on the town's large sundial, and Police Chief Wiggum's head shot shares the spine with that of Burns. Thanks to all the readers who took the time to send in shots; we're sorry that we couldn't use everybody's!