Some TV series DVDs are prices very reasonably: M.A.S.H., for example. Twenty-four episodes can be purchased for under $30.00. The Simpsons' first season is priced similarly, as well. But, look at how expensive the Star Trek episodes are - basically $15.00 for two episodes. Even the Twilight Zone's are priced on the high side - typically three episodes for $13.00 or so. I would love to buy the entire collection of these two series but refuse to pay what they are asking for them. I wonder if they would make more money by selling at a lower price since they would sell so much more volume - creating a bigger profit in the end. On the other hand, maybe they think the only people who have interest in these are the "fans" and that they will pay almost any price.