It is kind of inexcusable, in this era of broadband, YouTube, NetFlix, etc. I mean the argument could be that they're trying to figure out the best way to market the product, but really, they could take a page or two from Paramount or Lucasfilm. Get the buggers up on a streaming site for a buck or two. There are people who will pay for it. Then later, package them in a plain-Jane DVD and pick up a couple bucks there. Then do them as collectors sets. Then add some commentary. Then do the one where they digitally replace Troughton with JarJar Binks just so people will buy a copy to burn.