They're big, they're bulky, and many look quite bad when compared to DVD and blu-ray, but a lot of films and TV shows that were released on laserdisc have never seen any sort of release on the newer digital formats. So, which LD are still the only way to enjoy certain films/TV shows? (Or which titles either look or sound better on LD?) Here are some I have no plans to part with: The Monkees - 10 disc (40 episode) bilingual set released in Japan by Vap. - This set features the syndicated prints of the show. For better or for worse, these are the ones I grew up with on UHF after school. A few episodes have the rerun/Saturday morning soundtracks with songs not on the DVD set. The color balance is more saturated and "warm" than the DVDs (again, something I prefer). It Came From Hollywood - pre-MST3K bad-film nonsense with Cheech & Chong, Dan Aykroyd, Gilda Radner, and John Candy. Getting all of its film clips cleared for DVD release proved to be too much and the DVD got cancelled. Queen's Greatest Flix - A compilation of music videos, but with their proper aspect ratios (not in fake widescreen like the DVD). Let It Be - Still the best place to get the only official release on home video. Yellow Submarine (80's release) - The US print. Minus "Hey Bulldog", but includes material not seen on the now out-of-print DVD. The Little Rascals - Cabin Fever boxed sets Vols 1-4 - Unlike the DVD set from a couple of years ago that used Blackhawk 16mm prints for a few films, the LD sets have 35mm prints with all of the original title cards. Still the best way to see Hal Roach's Our Gang films as they were shown in the 30's. The Best of Warner Brothers Animation Vols 1 & 2 - Two Japan-only boxed sets with many classic Merrie Melodies & Looney Tunes that never saw release on the Golden Collection DVDs. Dr. Duck's Super Secret All-Purpose Sauce - 90-minute compilation of skits and music from Mike Nesmith's Television Parts series. The very first place I ever saw Jerry Seinfeld, Gary Shandling, and others. The Compleat Tex Avery - Every one of his MGM cartoons. (Although I've read that one or two were edited a bit for racial content.) The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Vols 1 - 5 - Still the only place to get a bunch of classic WB cartoons. Prince - The Sacrifice of Victor & The Undertaker - Two longform videos from the early-mid 90's. The Rolling Stones - Voodoo Lounge in Japan - A Japanese concert from the Voodoo Lounge tour. Which ones can you add to the list?