I can see most people's contention in that the packaging is a little misleading (even though there's a picture of Little Red Riding Rabbit, it's not included here). For the cartoons alone, this collection deserves 4 stars, which is why I'm giving it that. It has One Froggy Evening (featuring the singing and dancing frog- "Hello m'baby, hello m'darling, hello m'ragtime gal!"), The Three Little Bops (featuring Shorty Rogers and comedian Stan Freberg), Stagedoor Cartoon (one of the great Elmer and Bugs chase cartoons), Show Biz Bugs ("I can only do it once!") and What's Opera Doc ("Kill the wabbit, kill the wabbit!"), as well as the original Porky in Wackyland ("Yes, I'm really the last of the do-do's! Dodododododododo!"), The great Piggybank Robbery (a hilarious Dick Tracy satire) and quite a few Tweety and Sylvester cartoons (All Abirrrd is hilarious with the boxed bulldog constantly punching Sylvesteron the train, as well as Gift Wrapped, one of the few Christmas cartoons WB produced, Ain't She Tweet, where Sylvester has to get across several bulldogs to get to Tweety and Tweety Pie, the 1st Sylvester/Tweety cartoon). I have no problem with this budgetized version as long as people know that's just what it is (the only extra's you get feature drawings of Bugs, Yosemite Sam, the Road Runner and J Michigan Frog). Now if they're going to do that, they should include a budgetized version of the Bugs Bunny DVD and the Road Runner DVD as well. If you want it all, go buy The Golden Collection, which has all the cartoons on this one and more (plus extra's). But if your budget is low, you might consider this one.