I picked it up. Three episodes (out of 26) of the 1961 series (including a repeat of the one released on The Very First Alvin Show DVD). Looks and sounds very good. I was a little surprised to find that on the "cold opening" segment before the opening titles on the first episode, there is no music. This set off some alarm bells for me, so I pulled out The Very First Alvin Show DVD where the same episode is featured, and I had forgotten this, but there's no music on the cold opening segment there either. I did note at the time that the cold opening segment in question (with Alvin knocking down a building with a wrecking ball) was not included in the reruns I saw in syndication, but that doesn't mean it didn't originally air -- but the lack of music suggests they never finished scoring it, or at least on whatever source they used. All the other music seems to be there... EXCEPT: ...the closing credits are missing from all three shows. Just gone. They do the outro which led into the closing credits (either the one with Clyde Crashcup getting cut off in mid-speech or the one where the three Chipmunks "dolly in" with their cameras and collide in the studio, which alternated throughout the series) then it skips the credits and goes straight to Alvin pointing and the "Bagdasarian Film Corporation" end logo. Seems weird to me. The closing credits were there on the first episode when it was released previously, and they were slightly longer with Alvin adding "and Alvin" after a couple names in the closing, which was not in the syndicated reruns but appeared in the original CBS run. I haven't cross-checked these with my old tapes to see if the segments match up, but I bet they do other than the "wrecking ball" cold opening which, like I said, I don't remember ever seeing. These are good, classic, fun shows, and it would be really nice to get the other 23 of them.