Advertisements I have noticed in recent months (maybe longer) that rerun networks such as MeTV are showing 720p remasters of older TV series from the 60s and 70s, such as Twilight Zone, The Dick Van Dyke show, The Fugutive, Gunsmoke, The Rifleman, etc, etc. Its impressive to see these TV series at such a high quality. Even back when they were first broadcast, the quality was no better than 480i under perfect studio conditions, let alone much worse OTA ghosting reception that most people received in their homes. These new remastered versions is a bit like when TV series switched from B&W to color, and people simply watched a show to see color even if the show was crap (watch most any episode of Bonanza as an example of crap. Barf!) Then the visual quality got even worse in the 70s and beyond as TV episodes were passed around from station to station and they became very warn out. The quality of old reruns drop significantly to a point where a home VHS tape was superior to what was shown on TV. As a side story, one time while watching a rerun of Lost In Space around 1972, about half way through the station went to commercial break, when they came back, they had switched film reels, and was it an episode of Death Valley Days. For the remainder of that hour it was Death Valley Days, not Lost In Space. They either didn't catch their mistake, or simply didn't have the missing reel of Lost In Space. Or Maybe a TV tech at the station was fed up with Dr. Smith, and couldn't handle another half hour of Gilligan In Space. Anyway, Love watching some of these TV classics remastered at a much higher quality.