So far, both of the Old School sets have shown only the season premieres in full--which may be OK for a general overview of Sesame Street's history, but doesn't say much about some of the "milestones" that happened between premieres. If I'd been in charge of the Old School project, I'd have put together some DVD sets like these-- Vacation story arcs. The cast trips to Hawaii, New Mexico, and Montana should be watchable from beginning to end; a lot of Gen-X viewers have great memories of people and monsters interacting "off the street". Character histories. What hard-core Sesame fan isn't curious about how their favorite character got to be the way s/he is? To use an easy example, a "history of old-school Elmo" set might start with his generic-monster appearance in "Me Lost Me Cookie at the Disco", then follow the ways he changed through four more pre-EW episodes. (My vote for two of them: Elmo as ring-bearer at Maria and Luis' wedding; Elmo determined to change the letter of the day from O to E.) Other major events: Maria and Luis' relationship (falling in love, the wedding, the baby) would make a good set of theme DVDs. So would Slimey's trip to the moon, or Mr. Hooper going to school, or... Celebrities on the Street. This one might cause music-clearance problems if it did happen, but...finding the most common/popular celebrity to appear on Sesame Street each season should be fairly easy. If themed collections of episodes were released that way, would you want to buy them (or have them bought for you)? Please tell me what you all think!