Not owning any of the "Classic" IDW reprints, I'm acting on what others have said, but... we all know that due to licensing issues, IDW were unable to reprint any TF issues with Circuit Breaker e.g. 3, 22, 23 and 45. These spanned vols 1-3 of their "Classic" reprints. Text summaries were used instead. However, recent blurb from IDW over their latest Classics volumes specifically mentions stories such as "The Human Factor" and "On The Edge of Extinction" which clearly include Circuit Breaker. So my question - has anything changed, or were these stories seen as so vital to the saga that Marvel grudgingly allowed permission? Were they exempt some other way? If things HAVE changed, and IDW can now use CB, do you think they'd reissue the first three volumes and include the missing issues? (and tick off a lot of fans in the process no doubt!) Just something I was curious on... wonder what's changed?