One of my current housemates is a Terrahawks fan: last week, we were talking about children's progs, and I mentioned Terrahawks, expecting her to look blank; but it turned out that she had actually bought one of the new video copies of Volume 1, a few weeks earlier, and she said it was fantastic. (She has no memories of Starfleet, though.) 2 nights ago, we watched my favourite tape, Volume 4, in my room together.The sad news is that she won't be a housemate for much longer: she has found another house (nearer her work), about 15 mins away by train. I hope to keep in touch.Re the DVD quality, I can't check out my new Vol 3 until I get access to a DVD player (obviously!), I do hope the inferior picture doesn't impede enjoyment of the stories too much. Still, I think I would rather watch a fuzzy Terrahawks than a well-preserved copy of anything else! It's actually funny, I saw that Gerry Anderson documentary only 2 years ago, and the Terrahawks clips looked OK on that; I don't remember noticing any deterioration. The doc also had a clip of the aforementioned Twizzle series, (from before he got into the sci-fi/space genre at all) and that did look a bit faded, but was in black-and-white anyway.