I would be thankful if they actually released the product I want instead of trying for the lowest common denominator like usual. I doubt that they're aiming at us fans at all. They're probably REALLY targeting the parents who just want something,anything, that they can toss in a dvd player so that they don't have to pay attention to the kids for half an hour. If true, then it's easy to see why they wouldn't be interested in boxed sets. Other countries got boxed sets. Gotta love it here in America where it's preferred to sell lots of mediocre products rather than a few good products. Consider this : Does buying this out-of-order two-episode disk show HIT that a boxed set would be profitable? Or does it show HIT that more out-of-order two-episode disks would be profitable? (Making both at the same time would be even less profitable so they're going to have to choose.) While were on a similar subject, Perhaps the real reason they skipped #2 is that they're concerned that it contains a moral that many ultra-conservative parents might find too subversive and anti-authority for children? Sounds crazy I know, but recently a lot of people have been acting even crazier these days.