I've been reading the recent thread asking about disappointing box sets. I wonder how often this happens with Bear Family sets? These aren't geared toward the casual fan, rather they are usually purchased by those fans very familiar with the artist or group. I did see mention of a complaint with a Louis Prima set, but follow-up comments indicated that this set was exactly as advertised. Why do we not see Bear Family sets listed as disappointments? Is it because the sales are a fraction of many of the "mainstream" sets? Is it because of discerning fans knowing what they are buying? Is it because of the care that Richard Weize put into each set? Or is it a combination of all these things? I own 20+ Bear boxes and I'm always happy with them.....mostly. My only disappointment is still a mystery to me. I own all of the Jerry Lee Lewis lp and cd sets. I owned the 3 huge lp box sets (The Killer) which covered 1963-1977 on ~30 lps. Several years later, these sets were covered in 2 box sets. The Locust Years, covering 1963-1969 on 8 cds. Then 1970-1977 was covered on 10 cds in the Mercury Smashes box. The Locust Years set was perfect, but the Mercury Smashes set had terrible pictures for the cd jewel cases. They looked like blurry, poor quality reproductions that you might find on some bargain cd. This is in stark contrast to the photos on the cd jewel case for the Locust Years set, which were wonderful photos. I've always seen high quality artwork on their box sets and individual sets. Not sure what happened on the MERCURY YEARS set. Anyway, I wouldn't callthe box set a disappointment, only this part of it.