Fans of The X-Files have something to smile about with the release of the entire first season in a seven-disc box set. Each of these 24 episodes are presented in 1.33:1 full-frame and feature solid colors and black levels throughout. While some of the black colors tend to be almost too dark, overall, Fox's presentation of each episode is very nice. The audio is presented in Dolby Digital 2.0 in English. These soundtracks are subdued with only moments of surround use in the front and center speakers. Otherwise, each mix is clear of any excessive hiss or distortion. No subtitles are included on these discs. The seventh disc of this set has a few extra features, starting with the intriguing "The Truth Behind Season One," an 11-minute short featuring interviews with creator Chris Carter; producers Daniel Sackheim, Paul Rabwin, and Howard Gordon; director David Nutter; special effects supervisor Mat Beck; composer Mark Snow; and many cast members. Twelve interviews (each running roughly three to five minutes) with creator Carter offer some insight and thoughts into each episode. Finally, there are some promotional materials (including TV spots and "Behind the Truth" FX TV spots), two deleted scenes, special effects outtakes, some DVD-ROM content, and excerpts of the pilot episode in German, Spanish, French, and Italian languages.