I'm getting kind of tired of marketing creative "geniuses" who sacrifice function for "design" when they create DVD packaging. You wouldn't throw a Waterford crystal vase into a shoebox -- with no protection -- and then mail it off to a distant relative, would you? I ordered this Paul Newman set and when unpacked from its outer shipping box, there was an ominous rattling -- I should say MULTIPLE rattlings -- coming from within the actual boxed set. When I opened the case, half of the discs had come out of their holders, which are simply "slits" diecut into two cardboard slipcases that the discs slide into -- slits that do NOT hold the discs securely in place. So I had a handful of DVDs that had bounced around loose inside of the box all during its shipping journey. Some of the other DVDs that managed to stay in their slots were scratched as well, since you have a delicate, recordable surface of the DVD rubbing against a hard cardboard "holder" as you slide it in and out of its slot. Can't rate the quality of the actual movies because I sent the set back as damaged goods. The packaging, however, gets an F-. The set was designed by someone who obviously lacks any comprehension whatsoever of what function packaging is supposed to provide -- the protection of the contents it holds or contains. I'm only hoping Fox Home Entertainment docks the designer's paycheck for each and every set that's returned as damaged. Poetic justice -- because there will be a lot of them coming back. AVOID.