And what if I don’t like the series and don’t want to buy a “higher-priced-dvd box set” after seeing the tv-to-dvd set? That would mean I just wasted $10 (I assume they mean $9.99 when they say under $10). $10 for seeing two episodes, you gotta be kidding, a blockbuster rental would cost what, $3 (correct me if I’m wrong)? If person watched the series on TV he already’ve seen it enough to know if he likes it enought to buy on DVD, if a person have not seen on TV yet, it’s too much of a gamble to pay $10 for seeing two episodes of a show that he may or may not like. A much easier solution would be to either watch a couple of episodes on TV or borrow a copy from a friend or download a couple of episodes from the net. Seems to me the only point of this thing is blatant profiteering (nothing wrong with it, just don’t make it sound like it’s the next best thing to sliced bread). If a person buys the tv-to-dvd set and decides not to buy the real dvd set FOX just made easy $10, if a person decides to buy the real dvd set, FOX just gained another customer. IMO a real solution would be to offer a couple of sample episodes for download officially from FOX website, but that’s not gonna happen, in FOX’s/MPAA’s eyes that’s blasphemy.