I call BS on the Alvin Show thing. There is NO EXCUSE for that not to be complete and on DVD. They're clearly having problems with royalties with the 80's show, but the music used (with maybe one or two exceptions) is either public domain or owned by the Chipmunk copyright holders. I swear the plans were dropped because they have a deal with Paramount, even though they probably keep suing them. The ALLLLVIN collection was the only one worth buying. I didn't even get the animated movie yet, but other than that, I really could care less. 3 episodes on a 10-15 dollar disk? I've said it too many times to count, but companies have to step up. Heck, when Mill Creek got partial license to Filmation/Classic Media stuff they were able to release the ENTIRE 65 episodes of Bravestarr for about 20 bucks SRP (and SRP is well over what they charge, so it could even be cheaper).... I can even look away that the disks are in envelopes for 20 bucks for 65 episodes. DVD sales are drooping BECAUSE kiddy releases are stuck in the 1999-2002 era. I hope an even better edition of the animated movie comes out when the possibly gonna be a trainwreck 3rd movie comes out. It ticks me off to no extent that Sony had the animated Transformers movie in print for less than a year, and haven't managed to re-release it for THEIR possibly gonna be a train wreck 3rd movie.