The ratings have been very, very good - with the DVD and blu-ray just being released, as well as international broadcasts (my dad and nephew are watching it in Australia), chances are Red Dwarf X will have turned a healthy profit. I wouldn't be surprised if we have a Red Dwarf XI announced in the next six months (or possibly at next year's Dimension Jump). As for the quality of Red Dwarf X, yes Doug could have done better. I wasn't fond of Fathers & Suns, Lemons and Dear Dave. However, I do want to re-watch them again and definitely getting the DVD (or blu-ray). Some of the moments in some of the episodes were absolutely great, at least in my opinion. Definitely an A for effort, and a B for execution. Still loved watching them, even if I wasn't keen on some moments. Agreed. Hell, even after BTE (which I'll still watch and enjoy bits of from time to time, to me it's good but largely *not quite* Red Dwarf) I still wanted more Red Dwarf. Had this been a six-episode series, with live studio audience and all - and sucked - then I'd be hesitant about more, but to me the quality proved that the show's still viable. I don't want Red Dwarf ALL THE TIME as that would dilute it and the show would lose it's appeal (so, whilst it may be unpopular, six episodes per series is fine with me) but giving us a new series every few years would suit me quite nicely. I'm not going to say "I wish BTE had never happened" because, if it hadn't, we wouldn't have RDX and, as I said, I enjoy BTE - in doses. At the moment I'm watching several shows from the US, one of them being Supernatural. And I'm beginning to want them to end it (but to end it well, of course, with a big musical finale and exploding witches and stuff). It's repetitive, with them doing the same old stuff over and over. I don't want to be "looking forward to the end of the series" with Red Dwarf - I don't want to be getting bored with it. And at the moment, despite owning all the DVDs, several books and assorted merchandise, I'm happy to say that looks like it's a long way off. So yes, a Red Dwarf XI would be fantastic. But I wouldn't mind waiting two or three years for it, if need be. And this time, I'll remember to be on the lookout for live audience tickets.