I used to have all the clasics on VHS then bought a few on LD until DVD came along & sold my LD player & discs 5 years ago. My kids watched the VHS tapes dozens of times over (now still aged only 7 & 9) until I sold them off 1 by 1 replacing them with DVDs as soon as Disney started releasing them. I have gone for every one (but where they did a 1 or 2 disc, I always bought the 1 disc unless the quality was better such as Bugs Life 2 disc). I always said I'd collect EVERY animated DVD they brought out & when they brought out Tarzan & Jane, I decided to get it even though it was just 3 of the Tarzan TV episodes but I drew a line & decided against the sing alongs. I replaced Peter Pan when they brought out the new Spec Ed but I'm undecided whether to do this again with the few that have just been announced/rumored. I am now in a position I can't decide over Kim Possible as there could be dozens of TV programmes they could do this with. I would like all the old stuff on DVD which they used to do on VHS such as Duck Tales, Chip N Dale & Mini Classics etc and I'm just about to get the 3 Brave Little Toasters. I suppose what I'm asking is how many more TV series are they likely to bunch episodes together as one offs and would they stand up in years to come as valid Disney animation.