I wonder what the introduction of the new medium(s) like HD-DVD and/or Blu Ray will mean for future TV on DVD releases and what we as the consumer want from them? I don't think every show that is released now will make it onto the next generation of discs. But the major shows will undoubtedly be re-released. It'll obviously take some time till these mediums are available to the mass market but it might be fun to speculate a little on what the future will bring and perhaps let the industry know what we want. Obviously with more storage capacity the number of discs will me smaller per season which means leaner packages and less shelf space. Will we see new/more/different extras than on the current releases? It might be an incentive to buy a show you already have (they'd have to be good though). Is there a chance that some music issues might be resolved until then? Is a better picture quality possible for current bestsellers like Buffy, Angel, Alias and 24? It would be nice if they would put 16:9 and 4:3 versions of the shows on the disc where it is possible, so the viewer can chose him-/herself how she wants to watch. What about older shows, will they be just ported over from DVD or benefit as well with a better picture or sound? I definetly would prefer "full series" sets that are reasonably priced rather than season set releases. Makes more sense than to start collecting shows again that you already own.