I think the explosion in tv on dvd is a good thing, providing us with a chance to view many old favorites as well as some excellent one-season wonders that never really made it into syndication. I guess my concern is that the resources devoted to this effort may be further delaying the release of some classic motion pictures that have yet to reach dvd. Many of the major studios have large catalogs of wonderful motion pictures that have yet to reach the shiny disc. The logistics of releasing these are complicated by the need for restoration, rights issues, etc. It is so much easier and cheaper for a studio to make a large profit with fewer complications by releasing old tv series than it is to go to the effort and expense necessary to offer us these catalog movie titles. While I certainly don't begrudge anyone thier chance to have their favorite tv series to keep forever and watch commercial free, I can't help wondering if we may never see Errol Flynn's Robin Hood, Spencer Tracy's Judgement at Nuremberg, or James Cagney's 1 2 3 because the studios are cashing in on the collector's edition set of Beverly Hillbillies, Season 7. If mastering and production facilities are adequate to meet both needs, then I have no beef of course. Perhaps someone more familiar with the production end of the dvd business can allay my concerns.