I started this as a new topic, since it started on a LAW & ORDER thread, and it possibly needed its own discussion. My top Universal TV season sets would be: KOLCHAK, THE INCREDIBLE HULK, THE ROCKFORD FILES, THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN, THE BIONIC WOMAN, MIAMI VICE and THE A-TEAM. I'd prefer they start by releasing older TV shows that are not in current syndication. Hopefully, if Universal releases SIX MIL and BIONIC WOMAN in season sets they will present them properly, as there were three "cross-over" episodes that started on one show, then concluded on the other. When these are shown in syndication they combine the episodes into one show by changing the opening credits to match the other. They were lazy and left the closing credits as they were, so an episode that begins as SMDM ends as BW. Very sloppy. The episodes that Universal needs to pay attention to if they release these shows in season sets are: "Welcome Home, Jaime" Part I (SMDM season 3) "Welcome Home, Jaime" Part II (BW season 1, premiere) "The Return of Bigfoot" Part I (SMDM season 4) "The Return of Bigfoot" Part II (BW season 2) "Kill Oscar" Part I (BW season 2) "Kill Oscar" Part II (SMDM season 4) "Kill Oscar" Part III (BW season 2) The only way to properly release these in season sets is to include ALL the episodes of each of these three storylines in both SMDM and BW sets. That means a few episodes of SMDM would be included in BW sets, and vice versa. If they were to release them in the syndication-style grouping, there would be episodes missing from each series. That would be unacceptable. There would be minimal overlap by including them in both, and would certainly make fans happy to see Universal present them properly, as they haven't been seen in their original form since broadcast on ABC in 1976. Does anyone have a contact at Universal to pass this information on to? The way these studios seem to operate, they are probably unaware of the details in a case like this. They need the fans to educate them once in a while!