This is more of a "fun / Jerry Seinfeld-ish" thread rather than an "in-depth analysis" thread. Can anyone tell me who the studios are marketing with these sets? For example: Friends - The One with All Ten Seasons (Limited Edition) or Sex and the City - The Complete Series (Seasons 1-6). At approx. $200 a pop, who are these sets marketed toward? Obivously only the hard core fans are going to buy these sets, but if you are a hard core fan, wouldn't you already own some of the previous seasons that were previously available? Are they targeting the people who don't really care to have purchased the single seasons, but feel like they need to plop down $200 because they can own it ALL at once? It reminds me of that old joke about the CD boxed sets. "You know, I don't own any Kenny Rogers music...perhaps I should buy EVERYTHING he's ever done!"