Twenty-five years ago I had a standing appointment with NPR once a week in order to listen to the single best adaptation of Doc Savage to a medium other than the pulps - the radio adaptations of Fear Cay and The Thousand-Headed Man. Roger Rittner and his crew did an exceptional job, with well-adapted stories, excellent voice talent (with one slight exception), and good production values. To learn that this series is at last available in authorized editions with remastered sound is something worth celebrating. The only (minor) complaint is with Daniel Chodos as Doc - while he does a good job in getting across the normally inexpressive Doc, his voice is a little higher than I would think Doc's would be. But overall this is a great series, and it's a shame the funding didn't come through for a sequel: I would have loved to have heard an adaptation of the John Sunlight stories done by this team!