I won't go into an in-depth review of the music here, other than to say the overall quality of the songs and production is excellent. From the first listen I was immediately 'drawn' into the album and I would describe it as a perfect, but also different follow up to 5:55. Beck's production adds an element of a 'California' sound and mixed with Charlotte's silky voice it is a must for any Spring/Summer playlist.
In terms of the this limited edition version, the packaging is great, the DVD content is interesting and watchable and overall it is probably a 'must have' for a 'true collector'.
However, there is quite a big BUT - I would recommend the iTunes deluxe version above this one.
The reason why I ended up getting the iTunes version was a strange one. For some reason the CD of the album could not be read by my Laptop and as I always like to rip my CD's to iTunes, I felt compelled to download the album anyway - another sign of how much I rate the album itself, and I am glad I did this.
You get all the content of this limited edition and more including extra pictures, video, commentary and the navigation interface is great. I used to think that the good CD with a good booklet was always far superior to a download album, but over time with the improvements to sound quality, ease of use and finally the advent of 'iTunes LP', I will have to think hard about whether I go for a download album versus 'non digital' content.
So to summarise, a great album (might even grow to 5 stars over time..), but I would recommend going for the iTunes deluxe version rather than this!