Wagon Train is my all time favorite TV show & I'm very pleased with the season 2 DVD set recently released by Timeless Video.
The content is what really makes the set great. Of all the seasons of Wagon Train this is the one with the most really good episodes. Some favorites are Jennifer Churchill (romantic comedy with Rhonda Fleming) , Millie Davis (tender and amusing, James Coburn as Three Fingered Ike in a small role), Steve Campden (snow, cave, saber tooth tiger), Mary Ellen Thomas (with a Christmas theme), Sister Rita (with Vera Miles), and The Last Man (with Dan Duryea). Many of these are very good "Flint" stories.
Picture quality is excellent, revealing details about clothing and expressions that couldn't be seen on videos made from capturing the programs from TV. Episodes tend to run 50 minutes, or as long as 50 minutes 25 seconds, with some footage not on any TV airing in recent years.
My friends and I haven't noticed any imperfections in our season 2 discs (no spots where the the discs skip or hang while playing an episode.) (Some season 1 sets did have an imperfect disc or two that would skip or hang on some DVD players.)
The packaging (cardboard book holding the DVDs, packaged in a tin box), wouldn't be my first choice, but Timeless does seem to have done something to improve the cardboard book. Removing the season 2 discs from the cardboard book is easier than it was to remove the season 1 discs from their book. (I have chosen to keep the discs in Tyvek sleeves in a small box to get to them with less chance of scratching, but I might be being over careful.)
If you liked the Wagon Train Season 1 set, you will like the Season 2 set even more.
If you don't have either and can only afford one, I recommend the season 2 set. Either set is very good viewing.
I hope to see seasons 3, 4, and 5 in the near future.