I grew up watching Gumby in the 60s, so the 7 disc boxed set was a real disappointment to me when I found out it did NOT include the original music. Not only that, but I hear the picture looks scratchy and has occassional edit marks. I know the show is over 40 yrs old but come on, they can re-master anything today if they want to. How hard could it have been to reuse the original music too? More and more of these nostaglic sets are being released in versions we don't remember. The "Underdog" DVD set comes to mind. I've read the set doesn't include the entire shows, just continuous episodes of Underdog. Gone are the cliffhanger endings, and the episodes of other shows within "Underdog", like "Tennessee Tuxedo", "Go Go Gophers" and "The World of Commander McBragg". I think it's awful that those in charge today don't think enough of these shows to redistribute them the way they originally aired. Let's face it, it'll be mostly those of us who grew up watching these shows who will buy them. So what's the point of releasing them in a version that we never saw? I'm so disgusted that I just won't bother to buy them until they're done right.