In short - buy this but forget the new version and go to the 'Turner Preview' ie. director's cut on disc 2, for the complete warts and all masterpiece. That's where the 5 stars belong, for the proper film alone - no other aspect of this 2 disc set is worth bothering with.
What really grates is that the new Seydor cut gets all the remastering treament (especially in the sound) while the real version is a standard transfer, none too wonderful with a horrible problem on the negative in the final scene.
The obvious thing would have been to use the director's cut, but give an option to splice in the Garrett wife scene & add the vocal version of Knockin on Heaven's Door to the soundtrack. But oh no, we have a wanabe genius in Seydor who thinks he can read the mind of Peckinpah 20 years on. The commentary (90 per cent of which is devoted to justifying the new version) and special features are rubbish. And Peckinpah is betrayed by minions yet again!