https://www.hdmoviesource.com/product-p/12630.htm Digitally remastered, reviews I'd read on other sources cite look marvelous - even revealing details in the f/x (e.g. laser blast) scenes. As a kid, certain scenes were more effective compared to rewatching as an adult but it's amazing how extremely well the miniseries has held up since then. Today's kids might not understand how people communicated when there were no cell phones, etc... Is apparently in its original aspect ratio as well - which is nice, even though Kenneth Johnson claimed he framed the footage so it could work in 1.33:1 or 1.85:1. (The Final Battle, which I am hoping also gets get released, was in 1.33:1.) One disc covers both episodes. Which makes sense, 5 TV episodes at 43 minutes each (after commercials) fit nicely without much in the way of artifacting so 196 minutes will be a breeze, leaving a fair amount of space for extras (if any) such as promos, making-of docos, etc, at the time. https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/V-The-Original-Mini-Series-Blu-ray/134530/ (claims aspect ratio 1.85:1 and whose screencaps seem to confirm it. Close-ups of Visitors with those lizard eyes look first rate, showing how much care went into costuming. The one shot with the mothership approaching the archaeological dig always looked vacuum-formed in the middle, but there's detail on its underside that wasn't possible to see before now that astonished me. ) The miniseries had spectacle for its time as well as engaging, well-crafted characters, premise, presentation steeped in claustrophobia (in a dramatically good way), and plot with few holes that don't readily stand out.