I very much enjoyed this series when it was on the 1980s, so I was pleased to see all three series in one DVD set. I was keen to see the third series in particular as, for various reasons, I never got to see it when it was originally broadcast. The DVDs were a bit of a disappointment in that they didn't have any additional features and hadn't been digitally remastered in any way. Better sound quality, or sub-titles, would have been useful as, in many cases, the actors' more dramatic lines are drowned out by the music, or made indistinct by their extravagant delivery - or perhaps I'm getting a bit deaf. I loved seeing the first two series again (26 episodes in total) and the third (6 episodes) was fun in places but by this time they'd lost two of the regular cast members: Geoffrey Hinsliff who played George Fairchild and Robert Reynolds who played Autin Hardacre. Their replacements do a reasonable job, but it's impossible to compete with the originals. I wish Granada had spent a bit more money when creating this set, but I'd still recommend buying it, it's classic TV.