First, the good bit: digitally remastered "Flying Deuces" is a treat, 'March of the Wooden Soldiers' acceptably zany and 'Utopia', their last film, not remastered so poor in quality but what you expect. Now, the disappointing part. The two remaining discs do not contain Laurel and Hardy classic comedy shorts but a series of 12 not very funny 'comedy' shorts starring other people but in which either Laurel or Hardy features a bit. And a public information film about wood (honest) in which they both appear. So if you're a collector looking for every performance ever given by each of these stars, you might be interested; otherwise, like me, you'll be disappointed. To add to the confusion, the box notes for volume 6 correctly give the titles but describe totally different films, making you wonder whether you've just bought a bootleg box set. Buyer beware, I fear..