Having been on the Bowie bus since 1972, and although not what I would call a 'nutty collector', I purchased this 2014 reissue of the Sound + Vision 4CD set because it is, frankly, a superb encapsulation of his nigh-on half a century of recording. As others have said, it's not a 'Greatest Hits', as other comps do that job more than adequately (and there's shortly to be yet another multi-format set, Nothing Has Changed), but rather a brave attempt to provide a panoramic sweep of his artistic achievements, beyond just the world of chart listings and platinum disc awards. It's essentially the EMI Sound + Vision box set of 2003, but reduced to the size of a CD. There are hits such as 'Sorrow', 'Boys Keep Swinging', 'Drive In Saturday', for example, but there are live tracks, outtakes and even some Tin Machine stuff for all you Bowie masochists out there, but even those tracks, taken in the context of a still-unfolding career (at something much slower than the glory years, of course) enrich and add more contrast to the fine musical fare within. retailing at just over fifteen pounds, it's a good investment for those who'd like to dig deeper in the Bowieverse.