Lowering the prices isn't going to change anything. It's becoming much more common and convenient for people to stream their shows. Heck, the "average Joe" probably doesn't really care about the remastering. If TNG is already on Netflix Instant, why should he bother grabbing the blu-ray set? Heck, the individual two-parter releases were also done for the casual fans who probably didn't want to get a whole season but wouldn't mind getting the popular two-parters. All this sentiment about the sets being "too expensive" sounds pretty absurd to me. Having the sets priced as they are (they're currently in the $30-$60 range on Amazon) is EXTREMELY generous for the kind of work that's being put on remastering TNG, especially when you look back to when even TOS was remastered with the first season having a price listing of $194.99 for HD-DVD. It's not like contemporaryblu-ray releases like THE BLACKLIST where its episodes have already aired and have been on sale digitally since that airing.