There is a review on this site which actually refers to the USA version of this box set. The UK version is slightly different, with no essays, and I couldn't see anything wrong with the print for 'Horror of Dracula' (In fact it's almost too good - you can see undead vampire Christopher Lee's breath, along with John van Eyssen's, in the scene in Harker's bedroom). I did wonder why we didn't get the British title card, or indeed the British trailer, but these are minor quibbles. There's little you can say about the titles on offer here that hasn't been said before. Suffice to say these are three of the most well-made, best-loved horror films of all time - a testament to the skills of Fisher, Hinds, Carreras, Sangster, Bernard, Cushing, Lee, Robinson, Needs, Asher, & all the rest at Bray Studios, and a slap in the face for the auteur theory. All three look the best they have in ages, even better than I can remember them through the rose-tinted memories of my childhood. Extras are pretty minimal, with a trailer for each film and a never-ending variety of subtitle options. Galleries of poster art would have been nice. Even so, if you're a fan of Hammer, you've probably got these already. If not, throw away your old VHS copies and treat yourself.