Is it for me? I can't just take the obvious route and use netflix, as I'm currently working in a country where any Western media is fairly hard to come by and to ship to (for the curious, said country has: a) religious police, and b) drivers that behave as if they were on their way to the worlds' first free superbowl with all skybox seats - there, that narrows it down to about 2 countries :P ). Needless to say, there isn't much of anything for a single male to do after work (this isn't a dig at my host country, in fact, I've met some of the kindest people likely to exist here) - all I can say is I'm very thankful for satellite internet, slow though it may be. I've caught the pilot, and was actually checking the ep countdown timer to see whether I'd have to wait for another ep to see what happened next (unfortunately so). My local analog tv station (remember those days?) in Chicagoland seemed to enjoy screening (for what reason I don't know) season 5, on and off, for the last 6 years. I found it fairly dry, mainly because I didn't have a clue what was going on. I like: Most forms of Trek (probably DS9 for being a serial and not resetting everything to the status quo, VOY being a runner-up) Firefly (what little of it there was, really liked the character development) Babylon 5 (season 1=meh, s2=mehish, s3=gee, this is pretty good!, s4=WOW!, s5=not bad + a lot of standalone stories) The Stargate series as a whole, for me, is pretty meh, but enough of the time, good enough to go out of the way to watch. And that about wraps it up for my forays into sci-fi. I *might* be able to get some of those 2-eps-per-disc dvd's, if so, can I really just watch some 2-parters and key episodes and still get what I like out of the series (thinking I can skip a lot of non-character building, TNG fluff), and if so, could somebody please tell me which eps I absolutely cannot miss?