Further to this: my SACD of To Our Childrens' Children's Children arrived in the post today, so I had my first substantial MB experience listening to this cranked up out of my AV amplifier. I didn't know (exactly) what to expect and had to smile ... right from "Higher and Higher" that quad mix has "hi-fi listening room fodder" written all over it, and I sat there, thoroughly enjoying it, from beginning to end. Looking now at the boxed set tracklist, I see that you get five of the thirteen tracks from this album, and in a new running order. I think that - regardless of the song choices or other material on the boxed set - that approach to handling the material seems very disrespectful to an album that sounds in some respects like one long track. In some respects it might have been a better compromise to put the entire second side of the original vinyl on the boxed set instead, since that would have taken in "Gypsy", "Eternity Road" and "Watching and Waiting". For that matter, the entire album is only 40 minutes ... Children's Children was low-hanging fruit when it came to the SACDs ... the easiest to get at a reasonable price in the UK. I've got Threshold & Every Good Boy on order from the US as well, but I suspect that for the others I'll have to go for ordinary CDs. I think that the advice to skip the boxed set will work out for me, though: for a start, I can rip the full albums from the stereo layer of the SACD, which I couldn't have done (without a great deal of trouble) from the DVDs. If I like any of the bonus tracks, that will just be a further advantage.