The plots were good. I thought that Gunn got knocked around way too much as the hero. He took a lot of blows to the head, which should have resulted in several fractures. Lola Albright always wanted Pete to marry her. I enjoyed her at first, for a large number of episodes, but, later she got to be too much, always coming on like honey, and too gooey. She almost never got ticked off about anything. Albright was a very good singer. I don't know why she did not make it commercially. I probably would have bought her music at that time. I had never seen a Peter Gunn episode when it came out, even though it was on for three years. I enjoyed the music quite a bit, and liked seeing some famous jazz players like Herb Ellis and, especially, Shorty Rogers. The film quality is good. I recommend the set.