First things first: I am a huge fan of Keaton, and every film student should have his films in their collection. UNFORTUNATELY, my praise is far from effusive for Kino. The movies in this box set have been available individually for well over a year. I was reticent to get the DVD's in the first place since I ponied up the big bucks when it first came out on Laserdisc many years ago. Last summer, I caved in and started buying the individual DVD's, which cost over $25 brand new per DVD. While this box set will be of financial comfort to those who decided to wait, it's just thumbscrews to the fans who already plunked down their hard cash for it. Yes, they do include a bonus disk that every Keatonphile craves, but all the true Keatonphiles already have the other DVD's. Why make the loyal purchasers pay through the nose again? Kino should offer the bonus disc individually, so everybody can get a taste of its masterworks. Will I give in again to Kino, and buy this set? Don't bet on it. I've shown my fandom by paying big for Keaton discs twice in my life already. Paying for the same stuff a third time would be irrational, and I believe there's a difference between fandom and fanaticism.