If you got their DVD "Anthology" (EMI/Apple; of course they left out the more controversial stuff here - see Philip Norman's book "Shout"; or "Mach Schau - Die Beatles in Hamburg" by Thomas Rehwagen and Thorsten Schmidt; "Beatle!: The Pete Best Story" or "Ticket to Ride" by Larry Kane for that sort of information) and maybe the Maysles Brothers' "The Beatles - The First U.S. Visit" you have almost all relevant Beatles video footage (excl. their feature films/live footage) that you're likely to see officially, no need for another package!
Since Brian Epstein banned all filming during live shows (one bizarre exemption being 16mm footage shot by Munich police during Beatles concert at "Zirkus Krone Bau", 24 June 1966, presumably for "police instructional purposes" - Epstein couldn't help it this time...) all relevant footage is owned by EMI/Apple and will NOT turn up in whatever obscure box-set advertising "unseen footage" or whatever they might call it... don't get fooled and waste your money!
THIS box-set is only interesting to total Beatles completists in for obscure bottom-of-the-barrel stuff...
- not a single note of Beatles music included
- VERY little Beatles video footage (culled from press conferences etc; NOTHING you haven't seen before, ca. 4 min [out of 410!!], I seem to remember)
- boring endless interview footage from Lennon chauffeur, his stepsister? (at least she shows some Lennon drawings I hadn't seen before), attractive Liverpool Beatles tourist guide etc etc
- only "highlight": Extensive Allan Williams interview who gets his chance to tell what the official Beatles "Anthology" preferred not to include. Acc. to Williams, Johnpaulandgeorge still owe him money for the ferry passage to Hamburg...