I saw all 6 episode of the HBO series The Jinx several years back & was extremely impressed. This is one of the best true crime documentaries I've ever seen; superb use of old archival footage & pictures, as well as new footage, etc. It appears the newer interview segments were filmed in HD - excellent picture quality here. I've never seen a bad or even average HBO production, and The Jinx is no exception - superb. I noticed that when RD was speaking specifically about the crimes he was accused of, he had a strange eye blink/twitch. Anyone else notice this? I'm not psychologist, but it seems that may have meant something. Not sure, though. I'm not surprised that he was deemed "innocent" in the Galveston case. His extreme wealth enabled him to hire an extremely expensive lawyer, and because of this he was able to get off scot-free - despite having obviously committed a heinous crime. If he had been poor, he would unquestionably have been convicted & spent the rest of his life in jail - if he hadn't gotten the d. penalty. Going along with this, I also feel that if Durst weren't wealthy, he would have been in jail years ago for the death(s) of his first wife & his "friend" in LA. Though they didn't have any real evidence against him at the time these happened, poor people have been convicted on a lot less.