There is no question in my mind the “The West Wing” was one of the greatest drama series on television ever. And if you’ve been holding out on buying the DVDs until this box set was released then I would suggest you part with some cash immediately. The issue for a lot of people reading these reviews, however, is going to be whether or not they are going to want to replace individual box sets with this release. I’m not going to suggest to you what the best move is, although in the next few days you’re going to see my box sets on sale, but this is really a decision on whether or not you want a beautifully packaged set. That is what this is. The ‘leather’ folder the disks come in is perfect in terms of design for this series. The two ‘books’ that the set contains are glossy, and the pictures are beautiful. It is also a welcome change to see seasons 1 to 4 discs one -sided as opposed to the previous release. The individual folders that the disks here come in are sturdy enough and again well designed. However, I can’t spot any additional extras on the discs. The foreward by Aaron Sorkin also isn’t new – it’s taken from the first Scriptbook that was released. So if you are a Wingnut, chances are you’ve seen everything here before and as I said it really comes down to the packaging and the fact that you were going to buy Season 7 anyway so why not splurge on this. I’m giving it 4 stars as opposed to 5 because I can’t quite forgive the makers for Season 5 and also because it would have been nice of them to include something extra for the Wingnuts here considering it is us who are really going to be purchasing this set.