It's great to see Satyajit Ray's name mentioned. Months ago, at another forum, my efforts to promote the Apu Trilogy quickly degenerated to idiotic Simpsons jokes.
As for the VHS tapes of Ray's films, I have the following from Columbia/Tri-Star, so I can confirm that, although the prints aren't perfect, they are all very good to excellent: The Apu Trilogy-Pather Panchali/Aparajito/Apur Sansar; Mahanagar (The Big City); Jalsaghar (The Music Room); Charulata (my favorite Ray film); Jana Aranya (The Middleman); Devi; Two Daughters (edited version of Three Daughters). They run at $20 retail each.
The following films are available from Facets, but no seems to be able to give me an opinion as to the quality of the prints, so I haven't picked them up yet: Days and Nights in the Forest; The Stranger; Distant Thunder; The Chess Players; The Adversary.
Not all of his films are available on video, but at least, some of his best films are.