DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT! I've had the old VHS issues of these films for years, and know them inside out, and I was looking forward to viewing the greater visual and sound quality offered by this box set. This collection, however, is a travesty. The soundtrack on Nostalgia sounds like an old Jazz record from the 1920s, with a high, constant crackle throughout. The sound, moreover, is not embedded in the action or setting, so it sounds like something picked up from the floor of the special effects department. Worse still, the format of the film has been changed. On Stalker it's even worse. Tarkovsky's use of the widescreen format is unparalleled in cinema, and cutting his format down to fit a TV screen is like chopping three feet off a Rembrandt to fit the space over your bed. Anyone who buys a boxset of Tarkovsky is likely to be a film lover, which begs the question how the philistines in charge of this mess thought they could get away with it. Treating the Die Hard series like this would be shoddy; doing this to one of the greatest oeuvres in cinema is an insult to Tarlovsky, and shows the contempt of the suits at Artificial Eye for their customers. I'll be returning my set next week, and I urge you to do the same, to let those responsible know they can't get away with this kind of scam, and hopefully get them sacked, leaving room for someone who loves the work of this artist. At least it explains why you can pick up this pile of rubbish for £30 a few months after it long-awaited release.