Yes, a pretty ridiculously cheap price considering the amount and quality of the entertainment contained within.
I can just about remember the early days of video, when a new (or old) film was released and carried a price tag of around ?60 - for just a bare movie of often questionable merit with no extras etc to speak of. Recalling those days, I find it pretty amazing that so many classic (in every sense of the word) movies can now be bought, chock full of documentaries, interviews, commentaries, for often a fiver or less. And full sets of marvelous telly series also available for what is really a pittance considering the work, talent and cost of the original production.
Sure, there's plenty of overpriced stuff out there too. But the internet has brought so much entertainment, education etc for so little cost - wonderful books that cost pennies - that I baulk at the price being asked of some things. Would I rather spend 25 quid on a usually lousy footy match, trudging there and back in terrible weather and spending much of the time wishing it was over and I could get home, or a box-set of a much loved tv series I can watch over and over? Or, as I did recently, a complete collection of Sherlock Holmes, Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy and Adrian Mole books - for under ?30 the lot (check out The Book People)??
Just a thought...?