Well, this is perhaps the first 'real' review, because everything else said here were folk talking about 'vapour ware'.
It's now here, and the presentation of the set of albums is great. I think it's perhaps one of the nicest collections and ways to collect these albums together.
Sound quality is in general - a big improvement. The albums sound smooth, full bodied and less harsh than the original CD's, which I'm sure were just taken from masters created for Vinyl etc.
There are however a few problems with the audio that I would like to note:
1. Radioactivity : every time the burst of white noise comes in, the entire audio track dulls.
2. There is an echo clicking sound right the way through 'Showroom dummies'
3. Evidence of the same noise reduction which tends to dull the sound at times is apparent through TEE and also Pocket Calculator
But they are an improvement on the originals. No more left sided bass on Computer world, or shifting stereo imaging on the album of the same name.
I'd say that the albums to have been transferred the best are 'Man Machine' and 'Computer World'.