I read about that on the wiki. I wondered if maybe there was an issue with paying the people in the film, or maybe somebody who worked on that film segment. It's interesting that the packaging both refers to it as "first time on DVD" (I guess to please us fans who knew it was the only one not on DVD) and as "Classic Elmo's World". I guess the segment has been on long enough to be considered "classic", but it is an interesting term. On a similar note, has anyone noticed how the only video release of the very first Elmo's World, "Balls", was as a bonus on the Elmo in Grouchland Sing-and-Play (it was included after the program on the VHS in addition to the DVD)? Interesting how that one hasn't been included in any "Elmo's World releases" (and no, Sesame Workshop/Warner Home Video, I don't want this new trend of yearly Elmo's World releases to continue).