Just posting a few initial technical observations re: The Doris Day Show release: 1. Despite some initial rumors by enthusiasts of the show, this set has not been struck from original elements. The source material is the Worldvision distribution versions from the 1980s. Each show is time-sped to clock in at approx. 24 minutes which shaves approx. 1:24 off the original running time. This doesn't mean that the program content is cut, only time-sped. This is most noticeable in the opening and closing theme segments where the music has some of the "underwater effect" that usually occurs when time-speeding (aka "The Worldvision Warble"). Those with large-screen fever may find that the frame jitter that is also a byproduct of time compression can be slightly distracting at times. 2. The discs are authored in such a way that each episode is a chapter stop within a single stream of 8 episodes. From the top menu, you can select any specific episode, however your elapsed time display will be cumulative as opposed to specific to each episode.