The Stargate SG-1: Season 3 box set utilizes a 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer that improves considerably over the original television version. The colors are much brighter and help to make the space shots more impressive. The one downside of this transfer is a small level of grain in certain darker scenes. It never creates a major distraction, but does slightly lessen the overall experience. The excellent 5.1-channel Dolby Surround transfer helps to craft an entertaining audio presentation. The Stargate moments are especially worthwhile, with the effects emanating well from the rear speakers. Although slightly below the premier movie tracks, this transfer provides a surprising level of complexity. This set once again drops the ball and lacks the inclusion of any feature-length commentaries or extensive documentaries. The lone extras are three featurettes that provide worthwhile information but fall short of the desired material. Titled as "Secret Files of the SGC," the pieces quickly cover a topic and provide quick interviews with the series' creators and actors. The first entry runs for about 14 minutes and discusses the character of Colonel Jack O'Neill. Richard Dean Anderson seems very down-to-earth when describing the show's intelligence and sense of humor. The second featurette is titled the "Secrets of the Stargate Universe" and covers the writing process. It also discusses certain episodes that rank among their favorites. Finally, "Personnel Files" has the actors and crew describing various anecdotes from the series.