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Theme Park DVD Advice Please.

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  • Theme Park DVD Advice Please.

    So, I'm thinking about purchasing some Disney theme park DVD's, and the two places with the best selection seem to be the Extinct Attractions Club and Jeff Lange over at Jim Hill's site.
    From what I've heard, both places have their plusses and minuses.
    I've seen a few from the EAC and they are good for their documentaries. But I've heard that the quality can be iffy, and that their customer service has really dropped recently.
    Someone even said that Dave Oneal steals his footage from other people, some of it ironically from Jeff Lange.
    Word is that the Jeff Lange ones are good, but usually contain just the ride through, with no history.

    Does anyone have thoughts on these two option or maybe some others?
    Did you have good or bad experiences with one of these places?

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