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Star Trek: The Original Series, Season 1

Star Trek: The Original Series, Season 2

Star Trek: The Original Series, Season 3

Star Trek: The Animated Series

Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Re-mastered Director's Cut)

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

"Just in time to commemorate the September 8, 1966 airing of the very first "Star Trek" episode, this epic limited edition gift set includes 30 Blu-ray Discs featuring all new disc art and every feature film and television show made with the original crew, plus a brand new, multi-part documentary with nearly 2 hours of new footage chronicling the franchise's amazing 50-year journey. Enclosed in collectible packaging, the set includes the Animated Series remastered on Blu-ray for the first time ever, the newly released Director's Cut of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, an exclusive Starfleet pin commemorating the 50th anniversary and new mini-posters for the first six feature films designed by acclaimed artist Juan Ortiz. Over 20 hours of previously released bonus content is also included in this comprehensive collection."


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Great deal for the entire original series, entire animated series, and all the original cast movies on BluRay, including the Khan Director's cut, plus some extra goodies.
Use plex server or get a NAS that allows for http(s) access and open up the port on your router for it if that is important to you.

That said, at least for me, I have never needed or wanted to stream media while away from home over the internet. A 64 GB flash drive can hold a half dozen or more ripped blu-ray movies and it takes all of 5 minutes to load that prior to travel or to bring to a friends house. And it is a lot easier to deal with and more reliable then having to stream over a hotel's or someone else's internet, but that is me.
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Great deal for the entire original series, entire animated series, and all the original cast movies on BluRay, including the Khan Director's cut, plus some extra goodies.
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Khaaaaaan!!
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MUST RESIST, CAN"T BUY! F it, in for 1
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I'd buy if it included digital copies, but I am too lazy to change the BluRay disk 30 times lolLMAO
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I did just this, grabbed another bluray we wanted and bam $80 even after tax and VC discount. Definitely happy about this one.

Thanks OP
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If this set included a HD remaster of TMP Director's Cut, I would've bought it last year at full price.
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I'd buy if it included digital copies, but I am too lazy to change the BluRay disk 30 times lolLMAO

So use makemkv and handbrake and rip copies yourself. Do not know why people spend money for digital copies in most cases. Outside of the time needed to rip 30 blu-rays here for this set, it is no big deal really.
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Quote from YanksIn2009 View Post :
So use makemkv and handbrake and rip copies yourself. Do not know why people spend money for digital copies inmost cases. Outside of the time needed to rip 30 blu-rays here for this set, it is no big deal really.
Because putting in a code and being able to stream from anywhere (I travel a lot) is much easier than ripping them and carrying around a NAS everywhere.
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Do these have original unaltered versions of TOS?
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Because putting in a code and being able to stream from anywhere (I travel a lot) is much easier than ripping them and carrying around a NAS everywhere.

Use plex server or get a NAS that allows for http(s) access and open up the port on your router for it if that is important to you.

That said, at least for me, I have never needed or wanted to stream media while away from home over the internet. A 64 GB flash drive can hold a half dozen or more ripped blu-ray movies and it takes all of 5 minutes to load that prior to travel or to bring to a friends house. And it is a lot easier to deal with and more reliable then having to stream over a hotel's or someone else's internet, but that is me.
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Quote from YanksIn2009 View Post :
Use plex server or get a NAS that allows for http(s) access and open up the port on your router for it if that is important to you.

That said, at least for me, I have never needed or wanted to stream media while away from home over the internet. A 64 GB flash drive can hold a half dozen or more ripped blu-ray movies and it takes all of 5 minutes to load that prior to travel or to bring to a friends house. And it is a lot easier to deal with and more reliable then having to stream over a hotel's or someone else's internet, but that is me.
+1 for Plex. I think MakeMKV stopped being free after 31 Jan? Anyone have an update?
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