Here is what *you* can do to make this happen: Buy "Christmas Eve On Sesame Street." Buy "Put Down The Duckie." Buy "Songs From The Street." Buy "Muppets Magic." Buy the "Muppet Show" DVDs. If stuff like the above *sells* in sufficient quantities to economically justify the expense and effort to create it...then there will be more. If not, there won't be. That is simple supply and demand. And first and foremost, every one of us needs to say "thank you" to the powers that be who released all of the above, and then *politely and sincerely* request that more shows be made available. Saying "I hate Elmo" or "the current Sesame Street sucks" or "Jim Henson must be rolling over in his grave" isn't going to accomplish anything. Neither will "when r u going to relese more old sesemes they will sell in the millions hjow u cant c that is beyond me u r a fool." "Sesame Street Unpaved" was a great show, and I'm glad it was on and I had the opportunity to record it. Would I have liked there to have been more episodes included? Yes. Would I have preferred more of the earlier episodes (ones that actually were from my childhood) included? You bet. Would I buy them if DVDs were released? Absolutely. Maybe not all at once (I'm not a millionaire), but absolutely. Are there a million people who will buy this stuff to justify the costs of making it available? I don't know, but most likely not. Yes, there are loads of folks on newsgroups and message boards clamoring for the stuff...but read some of the posts. "Burn them for me." "Rip them for me." "Send me an MP3." Is that going to help convince SW to release official product? No way. And when they *were* running vintage shows...what kinds of reactions did they get? "Show me *all* the shows and give them to me for nothing!" "They're repeating the same ones over and over!" "The shows are edited!" Yes, it's a Catch-22. Corporate minds like the folks who make those kinds of decisions (whether to release something on video or to TV) operate within a very narrow frame of mind. They "know" that these shows are old, they "know" they're dated, they "know" kids won't watch anything without Elmo, etc. I hate to sound like a broken record...but petitions and internet whining are not going to do anything. If something *sells,* then there will be more. If it *bombs,* then the studios and producers' reaction is, "See? No one wants this stuff." Yes, it's an "Igotcha," but that's the way it is. Not trying to be a Grinch...but seriously...if you want more of the stuff out there, then *cast your vote* by supporting the release of vintage material that's already available. Have a nice day.