With the release of the excellent 'Instant Replay' deluxe set, things look promising for Rhino Handmade to hopefully release a box set for 'The Monkees' Present' album sometime in the future. It really depends on how much previously unreleased material is available that can fill another set, since a lot of the songs that appeared on the 'Present' album have already been represented on the previously released Rhino Handmade Monkees sets, and the prospect of a lot of duplication is very likely. And there's the possibility of a 'Changes' set, which is another can of worms by itself. Is there really enough material in the vaults that Andrew and Rhino have recently discovered that can fill another box set, let alone two? I'd like to propose, depending if there is material but not enough for two sets, that Andrew and Rhino consider an idea that Michelle actually came up with sometime ago of a combined box set of the remaining Monkees recordings from the end of 1969 into 1970. Both the 'Present' and 'Changes' album can be well represented with whatever leftover tracks and rarities are still in the vaults. I'd also like to propose that the set include a DVD of the Monkees TV appearances from 1969 to 1970, which would feature their appearances on 'Laugh In', 'Glen Campbell', 'Johnny Cash', 'Happening '69', the 'Oh My My' video, as well as all of the Monkees' Kool Aid commercials which were the last things Nesmith did as a Monkee to fulfill his contractual obligations. Clips of these were shown during the 2011 Monkees tour and they were extremely fascinating to watch and I know the fans would love to have good quality copies of them. If Andrew and any Rhino representatives read this, I hope they will keep my suggestions under consideration. In addition, definitely take Michelle's design for a combined 69-70 set into consideration, it's very creative and represents this conclusive period of the Monkees career very well. Cheers!