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  09-25-2005, 08:35 PM
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Just wondering, I picked up the new release of all 3 seasons at Best Buy a while back when they had their deals where if you buy all you get so much $$$ off, and just got down to watching them.

I was not alive when they originally aired and my frame of reference usually starts with TNG which to this day I will still say is the best of all the series, so far its been interesting, the stories are good but the effects dont hold up too well

But I noticed there are 2 sets, a 40 some disc Time Life set and a 22-23 DVD set that just came out

Just found it curious to see what the Trekkies here had
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  09-25-2005, 09:52 PM
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I don't know about "Time Life" being involved, but I do have the 40-disc set that was available in DVD stores like Suncoast, as well as for rent off Netflix. It's a Paramount release, just super bloated, much like the first release of I Love Lucy S1.

The transfer job on the 40-disc set looks/sounds great to me. It's an older set all on DVD5 with superbit bitrates, so only two episodes per DVD.

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Yeah, I have the 40 disc set myself. Started purchasing them as soon as they started getting released back in the day.
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We Trekkers didn't wait around for the recent set. We were buying them up when the 40 dvd set came out. The 40 DVD set is great quality.
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