It may be a bargain price release but any similarity to the cheapo Passion Music Network 4CD reissues of 1998 ends there. This has the feel of a definitive release and would be well worth the money even at twice the price. What needs to be said about this box set is that the first 11 tracks are stone-cold classics. The remaining 3 and a bit discs contain some real gems that didn't get the proper credit first time around e.g. "Deep Trip" by 3 Down, Kim Beecham's "True Love", Dionne "If You Want My Love" to name but three, plus a few more classics (Final Cut, Symbols and Instruments). All that AND a decent booklet with comprehensvie sleevenotes by the original Network publicity officer John McCready - who gets all "Lunar Park" on us (or does he??) - with (amongst other things) a particularly amusing anecdote about Altern 8 and Gordon Brown. One word of warning: as I said earlier, this is a definitive Network retrospective so inevitably (disc 5) it covers their ill-advised progressive house period as well - but don't let that put you off.