As some of you probably remember, I've had a lot of serious problems with the DS9 DVD:s I've bought which has been described in details in this post: https://www.trekbbs.com/threads/what-the-is-wrong-with-my-ds9-dvd-s.262327/ Unfortunately the problems are getting worse for each time I watch the DVD:s. Last year I finally managed to watch the last seasons of DS9. I bought a box with all seasons and in this thread: https://www.trekbbs.com/threads/a-wonderful-expreience.294699/ I described how much I appreciated the series and that I was going to start a DS9 relaunch in the near future. I did that but after watching season 2, the whole thing has been turned into a nightmare. A lot of the episodes in season 1 and 2 are unplayable.This evening I was trying to watch "Tribunal" and "The Jem'Hadar" and both were almost unwatchable in the last 10 minutes. And these are the CD:s which I bought in the box with all seasons last year which I've only watched once. Thank you Paramount, now you have ruined my day! Again! So I have to ask you Niners out there: Are there no way of solving those problems? Will there be any Blu-Ray release of DS9 in the near future? Buying a Blu-Ray player and the whole series on Blu-Ray will be cheaper for me than to have to buy certain seasons on DVD over and over and over and over and over and over again. I've already spent hundreds of $ on DS9 DVD:s the recent years and we all know that the substandard crap the criminals at Paramount has shipped to Europe and insulted the European Star Trek fans with won't last for more than one viewing. I'm really p***ed off right now so if there is anyone working for Paramount or connected to Paramount who reads this post, then I would like to tell you this: Paramount are nothing more than a bunch of criminals, cheaters and thieves who are selling substandard crap to European fans and by doing so stealing our money! I won't change this statement until the problem with defect DS9 DVD:s are solved in an acceptable way for me. Until then, everyone connected to Paramount know where they can stuff their substandard DVD:s and where to go. And no, I won't bring up "the Kes case" this time.