At the moment I'm nearly done with Series 2 (Bit of a delay burning them to disk so I could listen to them in the car), so once I'm finished that I'll probably jump ahead to BtE so that I'm reasonably current then pick it up from Series 3 onwards again. Overall, I am definitely enjoying these at the moment, it's very interesting to get the perspectives of people watching for the very first time. They have a nice, easy going conversational style. I do wish they didn't keep going off on utterly irrelevant tangents though, Heath seems to be particularly bad in this regard (he should also lay off the impressions and singing IMO) with by my reckoning about half of the airtime of one of the podcasts derailed onto other completely unrelated subjects including taking nearly ten minutes before they actually got onto the talking about Red Dwarf (On that matter I noticed that the latest one has Nutty as a guest presenter again which I'm not overly looking forward to as I didn't particularly enjoy her contribution in Series 2). By the time they've got onto Series 2, things do seem to be flowing a lot better, I was surprised at one point to hear that they were working with notes because there seemed to be quite a few uncomfortable silences where they just didn't seem to know what to say or what subject to move onto. In the first series podcasts there often seemed to be little structure and I do find it frustrating as they are working with notes just how many of the quotes they fluff up. Heath in particular seems to be drawn to really very minor points (Like Zero G Football, I always just took it that this was Soccer with a science-fiction twist and that was all I really needed or wanted to know about it personally). I can't help feeling sometimes that Heath and Angela take things a bit too seriously though, for example I didn't find Waiting For God anywhere near as heavy handed as they seem to have and they seem almost obsessed with Cat being a somehow racist character or portrayal. Probably mainly down to cultural differences there. Paul seems to have picked up well, his first appearance was quite awkward I thought, especially when Heath tried to get him to introduce himself and all he said was more or less, "I'm Paul". But he seems to be a lot more part of the group at this point and sounds more comfortable participating than he first did. Just my thoughts so far. Edit; I'm getting the impression that I can probably cut down the time spent per episode by skipping much of the quotes, ratings and feedback sections as by this point they've already given their opinions of the episodes, even without notes I know most of the quotes better than they seem to and I'm not really that bothered about the emails/messages from other people. With all that in mind, will I be missing much going forwards if I do skip past these parts?