I have a $30 gift card for Best Buy along with an addition $5 Reward Zone Ceritificate. So I will definitely pick it up.
What about you?
Syfy (ended 2010)
I've been thinking about it. Intially, I was just going to wait for a price-drop because I'm only up to season 3 episode 7 (I just got into the show recently). Best Buy's weekly ad has a special edition season 4.0 though and now I'm thinking of getting that before they sell out--I can never gauge how long these limited sets will last. Tuition is due though and I've been trying not to spend money on anything. AGH.
Anyway, I'll probably wait at least until after I pay my tuition and books.
|I'm going to wait until the price drops. Plus I want to get the other seasons first. There is a season 4 steelbook coming out in Canada that looks really nice.|
yeah, don't get the steelcase from futureshop, it sounds cooler than it is. I did that for season 3 I think, and regretted it. It's not horrible or anything, but the insides are a lot more flimsier (I need to go check it out again for more specifics, all I can remeber right now is not liking it).
Keep you're sets consistant, you don't need half a season in steel while the rest is in cardboard =P
|A cable show like The Shield is only 10-13 episodes a season and I have never read any online complaints that those sets were a rip-off. Same with a show like Nip/Tuck or The Closer.|
I contemplated getting the Steelbook for Season 3, but I decided against it because the normal edition looks like the past seasons I own, which look oh so beautiful all together.
|No Extended episodes this time around; Every episode has deleted scenes and a podcast or commentary, and special features are David Eick's Video Blogs, a couple behind the scenes stuff, caprica trailer and a skit about Bear McCreary and the music of the show which includes the writers and actors which is too funny. Even if you're not into special features that much, I recommend watching it.|
I am definately into the special features. I have this thing about recording the eps on VHS, and putting the deleted scenes back in. It's interesting because so many of the deleted scenes were definately filmed with the intent of using them in the show. As such, they can often add to the charachter, scene, and plot.. but have to be cut for time or pace reasons, but they're really good! And it's interesting to see how the episode would have looked with the footage re-intergrated. " Kobol's Last Gleaming Pt 1", for example ran almost 90 mins with deleted scenes put back in. I wrote a review on it explaining how the scenes fit into each other. I can't wait to see the deleteds on 4.0.