Hmmm, remastered with new special effect, but no one thought to fix Bill Shatners hair?
From Web User:
Available to buy through Paramount Home Entertainment from 19 November priced £119.99, this 10-disc HD DVD / DVD lets you experience STAR TREK: The Original Series as never before.
With HD DVD on one side of each disc and standard DVD on the other, the series has been meticulously remastered from the original camera negative and each classic episode is presented in pristine condition with state-of-the-art digital visual effects.
The 1960s special effects have been replaced with 21st century computer-generated imagery to give new depth and atmosphere to various elements including the main title sequence, the galaxy shots frequently seen from the Enterprise's bridge, the battle scenes, planets and alien ships, some of the matte paintings used as backdrops for new worlds, as well as the Enterprise and other Starships, which have been replaced with state-of-the-art CGI-created ships.
The new computer-generated Enterprise is based on the exact measurements of the original model (which now resides in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.). The original theme tune by Emmy® Award-winning composer Alexander Courage has been re-recorded in state-of-the-art digital stereo audio. A digitally remastered version of William Shatner's classic original recording of the 38-word Space, the final frontier monologue continues to open each episode.http://www.webuser.co.uk/competitions/?id=2871