One of my current favorites is from Shada, it kind of sums up the position the world is in right now.
"I am looking on the bright side, and it's dark. Very, very dark."
I have a pretty small DVD collection right now, but I'm trying to grow it. So far I've got, in chronological order:
The Tenth Planet
The Deadly Assassin
The Robots of Death
The Invasion of Time
The Twin Dilemma
The Doctors Revisited: 5-8 (Earthshock, Vengeance on Varos, Remembrance of the Daleks, The Movie)
The Animation Collection (Dreamland, The Infinite Quest, The Power of the Daleks, Scream of the Shalka, Shada)
I've also got a handful of the Target novelizations and watch the rest (when I can catch the specifics) on Pluto TV.
I agree with you. I'm not saying I hate Jodie's Doctor, it's just that her delivery is a bit off towards the tones of the situations. I'm not sure that Chibnall's writing style is really built around her, either. Perhaps I'm just being nitpicky, but there are so many minutiae that just don't sit right with me in the Chibnall episodes compared to the older episodes.
Me. Honestly think that the classics are better than the stuff now. Even if they may be a bit dated now and don't have as connected of plot lines or all that, without everything established by the classics the new series wouldn't have been as successful by a long shot. The 4th Doctor will always hold a special place in my heart as the one who really kicked off everything that's gone well in my life so far.
I would like to see the world of Kaldor (from the Tom Baker-era The Robots of Death) explored further in canon instead of just novels and audio dramas that contradict themselves sometimes. I'd also absolutely love to see a full story and history of the degradation of Paradise Towers. I'm just a huge fan of the classics, especially the 4th Doctor years, and would love to see some of the places and people he met and visited along the way fleshed out further. And more stories about Gallifrey. You can never have too many stories about Gallifrey.