I've been thinking, what would make some good DVD releases of "Classic Sesame Street", besides a continuation of the "Old School" sets (and we haven't had any new ones in two years)? Warner Bros. currently holds the DVD rights to the show, and these days it seems like when WB releases multi-disc sets of childrens/family properties it's usually two discs. I have recently thought maybe a two-disc set with four of the show's most notable episodes from the 1980s (Mr. Hooper's death, Snuffy revealed, Maria and Luis' wedding, and Gabbi's birth). Bonus features could include interviews/commentaries regarding those shows, plus bonus footage related to those episodes. Like a compilation of bonus clips starring Mr. Hooper, a compilation of clips where the characters talk about thinking Snuffy is imaginary (or where they just barely miss Snuffy), clips from street scenes involving Maria and Luis falling in love and getting engaged, and clips from street stories invovling Maria's pregnacy. I think the six Hawaii episodes from season 9 coudl fit on two discs as well. I recently read at Muppet Wiki that there were several episodes leading up to the six-parter that invovled getting ready for the trip, with Buffy inviting them to Hawaii, the cast trying to raise money for the trip, Snuffy revealing that Hawaii is where Snuffleupaguses come from, and Big Bird going on a game show and winning the trip. I know that the episode following the trip had at least one scene where the cast returned from their trip, but all these street scenes could be included as bonuses (though would "part 1" really be considered "part 1", considering they don't actually go to hawaii until "part 2"?). I could also go for some insert-only collections, with no linking footage. Maybe some chronological character insert sketch collections, or more random choices, or maybe some highlighting certain characters plus others (like "Cookie Monster and Friends" or "Bert & Ernie and Friends"). And some decade collections, though each "decade" would begin with the end of the previous decade. Maybe give them titles like "Sesame Street: 1969 + 1970s Collection", and they can include street stories and inserts. I can think of quite a few existing features that would also be good for such releases.