Originally Posted by Timothy Ramzyk
Amazon has the Warner set for $45, I pre-ordered at that price. I'm a little less adverse to owning the whole shebang on this one because the extras are a little less corn-ball than with OZ
My feelings as well. In fact, I'm looking forward to owning When The Lion Roars. Throw that in, along with the full port of the DVD SE sets extras, and the $49 (with tax) cost of the set doesn't give me much pause at all.
That still works out to a few dollars less than I paid for the 50th Anniversary bare bones LD set 20 years ago. I expect to be a pretty satisfied camper with this.
My only kvetch would be I wish the set was designed to be more practical and self friendly. The Mickey Rooney/Judy Garland DVD set from a couple years back packed 4 discs with a book and some postcards...just about the same MO as this GWTW set, but did so with a form factor that took up as much space as a typical 4-5 disc box set.