Having seen all 30 of the movies when they aired on the Hallmark Channel’s Mystery Sunday back in 2006-2008 or so, it is great to finally be able to have all of the movies, even the last 4 or 5 that were filmed while Raymond Burr was struggling with the cancer that would eventually end his life. I will gleefully pre-order these movies as they have been released in part in many different formats, mainly three box sets containing 9 of the movies each. Back in 2007 Hallmark aired Mystery Sunday with shows like Jane Doe, Mystery Woman, Columbo, Diagnosis Murder, Matlock, Murder 101, McBride (my favorite) and a few other shows I forget and I loved it. I would spend from 11 AM to about 9 PM watching and Perry Mason had the 7-9 PM slot and re-runs at late night and I taped all of them and watched them repeatedly. It will be great to see all 30 movies again with a host of guest stars and superb plots and twists which will make it all worth while. My suggestion is for ALL Perry Mason fans to pre-order this treasure while the price is $35, That is about $1.10 per movie and since it is an official release, the quality has to be superb and much better than the numerous bootleg copies floating around.I will be ordering mine and looking forward to watching each and every one after I get off work in the evenings and on weekend. I cannot recommend this set highly enough. McMillan and Wife and Barnaby Jones and The Jeffersons, along with the Mod Squad and The Equalizer have all been released in their entirety and this is a long overdue and welcome release for sure. I would love for shows like Jane Doe, Mystery Woman, McBride, Murder 101 and Petrocelli to be released in their entirety, I would buy them all, good classic TV shows that never get old and sure beat the mess on TV these days. Get this Mason set the day it is released, don’t say I did not warn you when it sells out.