5 Cant wait.....diabolical | 10/01/2012 | See all diabolical's reviews (26)This should be a must-buy for any real fan of The Next Generation. The episodes contained within, (Encounter at Farpoint, Sins of the Father and The Inner Light) are all clasics in their own way and represent some of the best next gen trek available.. Encounter at Farpoint being the series Pilot gave us our first look at the new crew tasked with furthering Roddenberry's vision. Although the first season is hardly be considered amongst the series best it will be in these early years that the high definition transformation will be most apparent. Previews of the changes highlight just how much work has been done and the end result is colours that are far more vibrant, details that much more sharp and vastly improved special effects. Thankfully the decision has been made to not replace all of the model shots (some of the best model work in Sci Fi in my opinion) with CGI as in the Original Series. The external shots of the Enterprise look fantastic in high definition, one can only speculate how vital ship/battle heavy episodes such as Yesterdays Enterprise or Best of Both Worlds will look presented in this format.Sins of the Father is a seminal episode from series 3, dealing with Worf, Honour and Heritage and although not heavy on special effects (although i do recall some model shots that will benefit from the Blu Ray treament) the dark shadows and muted colours of the Klingon Homeworld Qo'noS should also do well in Hi Def. The final episode being presented 'The Inner Light' is one of my personal favourites with a defining performance from Patrick Stewart and a truly touching story. Being from season five it never looked too shabby in the first place but i cant wait to see what magic is wrought upon the sweeping vistas and beautiful scenery that comprise much of this epsiode.Overall its a great teaser of what lies ahead for fans. Three great trek episodes that should highlight in the best way the new hights the series will be capable of reaching in Blu Ray. Simply put.... 'Make it so'