No other Beatles album offers such an opportunity in terms of taped rehearsals. So, what to include? And how should it be presented? I believe the Fly On The Wall disc on LIBN was a wasted opportunity: very brief snippets that amount to nothing. For LIB 50th Anniversary they could include: 1. Work in progress version of every LIB song. They could even present them as 'documentary' mixes, from first attempts to finished versions, just like the Imagine box set did with every track. Either way, this could showcase their raw, unpolished side. 2. Unreleased songs (as of now), originals or covers, e.g. Watching Rainbows, Madman, The Walk and so forth. 3. Early attempts of solo songs, e.g., Back Seat Of My Car, Let It Down. 4. Instrumental jams. Of course, just the best bits. Once selected, a decision should be made as to how to present each track. Should they go for straight unedited versions or should they edit them when necessary in order to avoid performance flubs? Should they even go for the 'Love' approach, and take sounds/instruments from a take and have them placed in another one? Let's talk about the possibilities!