DVD prices do appear to be coming down but are still around the £20+ mark for a season of a TV show like Smallville or Lost.
I don't know a massive amount about such DVD's and my question is are they worth spending on?
For the most part public seeding of series tend to be TV Rips. Aside from watermarks and a lack of extra features (such as a nice menu, scene selection and commentries) what would be the difference between a TV-Rip and a bought DVD?
Occasionally it's possible to also find a DVD clone which can be downloaded which consists of all the files on the bought DVD. Is this more superior than downloading TV-Rips and enough so to encourage always to look for full DVD clones before considering the TV-Rip equivalent.