The set looks nice visually, but as i said above, discs being held in pockets means i'm out for now, too impractical for my liking. It's usually a hassle to get the discs in and out and i have read horror stories of similar sets already coming with a number of scratched discs. I just don't want to play that lottery and potentially have to request multiple replacements, even more so because i have to rely on importing them from the US to the EU. I also don't care about Pop Vinyl figures whatsoever. This has been my most awaited release since the start of the HD era and i applaud WB for finally getting around to remastering it. I will gladly buy it when they put out a standard edition eventually. Actually, maybe they will release a more stripped down set in the UK or Germany, it wouldn't be the first time.
Don't worry, i'm sure they will. This isn't called a limited edition for nothing, and they'll want to make money off the remaster beyond that. This is just for the segment of buyers that is willing to pay a bit more than the average customer. On a side note, i've noticed a trend of including films with limited collector's sets of animated series, which are then dropped for the standard edition release, so they might do the same in regard to B:TAS, but i think most of us already got MOTP and Sub-Zero anyway.Why can't Warner Bros just offer a simple standard edition for Batman: The Complete Animated Series, with decent Blu-ray packaging too? I'm not buying anything that still uses cardboard style book packaging again, and those pop figures are absolutely pointless.