There are sets dropping left, right and center and few of them really disappoint. I recently picked up the In Extremo "XX.Wahre Jahre" set, which contains all of their studio and live albums from their inception to the present along with some rarities. About the only complaint I have here is this trend towards those book "sleeves" that contain the discs. Some sets, like Roger Taylor's "The Lot" seem to be fitted correctly to not destroy the discs in the process of taking them from or putting them back in their sleeves, but others really make it difficult with discs even arriving gooned up. The In Extremo was slightly marred in this respect, unfortunately. On the plus side, everything ripped and plays without issue, so it's more of a collectors' tic than an actual problem. Oh, one that I really HUNTED for and still think of as an embarrassment of riches is the John Martyn Island Years box set. THAT is an "everything AND the kitchen sink" set I'm proud to have in my collection. Obviously a labor of love. Oh, and the book is even cool enough to include full (vinyl) size cover art from all of his albums, even beyond the Island albums. That was a nice touch on top of already having a metric ton of amazing music to pore over.