Yeah, I loved the first season the most, or at least anything pre-Bigfoot (that's when they officially ran out of ideas). Especially the more natural sound effects, like that satisfying metallic WHUMP! when Austin deflected a falling I-beam, or scored a palpable hit on the Saxon-bot. Population: Zero was the first SMDM I ever saw, since my folks wouldn't let me watch the pilot movies. That whole scene of him stumbling across the landscape after his deep-freeze ordeal, then gradually warming up and breaking into the classic slo-mo run (with the sound of his steady heartbeat) for the first time is still the best example of Lee Majors' excellent running abilities (on account of his track & football background). I see other action stars run in movies, like Clint, and they just seem to take these short bouncing steps, while Majors had these long, smooth strides, with his eyeline following a straight horizontal path through space. Hell, I dunno how to explain it. Anyways, another detail I liked in that sequence was how his shirt had sweat stains on the left side, but the right side was bone dry. (Y'know, cuz, bionics don't sweat!) My favorite episode in the second season was The Deadly Replay, where Austin has to re-fly the HL-10. If you look close, you'll see the former American Airlines 747 that would later be converted into the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft sitting on the tarmac as Steve arrives at Edwards! Also, there's a really touching moment at the end, when it's learned that Steve's near-fatal crash had also been the result of sabotage, and Steve walks over to the bird and lays his hand on her nose, as if it were a horse that'd thrown him. You can almost hear him say, "It's okay, girl. It wasn't your fault."