At the time it was released, I was disappointed that it didn't follow the format of the two other decade box sets in presenting the studio masters in roughly the recording session order, and - more importantly - left off seemingly random studio masters. I felt they did this intentionally as they had recently released the 70's studio albums like 'Fool', Raised On Rock, Today, etc. on CD for the first time and that by holding out a couple of tracks from each of those albums it made fans double-dip in order to get the complete catalog digitally. If the 70's box had contained all the studio masters like the 50's and 60's boxes had, there wouldn't have been any need to purchase those individual studio albums on CD. IMO they shouldn't have included a disconnected, hodge-podge of live tracks on disc 5 and instead presented the studio masters across the first 4 or so discs, and then filled the remaining space (up to and including disc 5) with outtakes.