Yes, it is a shame that the artwork has a great big intrusive white box on it, which basically tells German consumers that their uninterested kids won't be offended by the contents of the DVD. But this is so easily ignored, it was hardly worth all the negative reviews that seem to have been written entirely with that in mind.
This "Collectors Edition" is worth buying for three big reasons. First of all, you won't get a DVD of "Live Wireless" of this quality anywhere else. For Dolby fans, this truly is an iconic film, which previously had the most horrible sound quality on the only existing release on Laser Disc. This however restores the audio to how it should always have been. This alone would be worth spending the money on.
But don't forget too, the extreme rarities to be found here (Urban Tribal, Therapy/Growth and Sale Of The Century which only exist on THIS release). Beforehand there was little chance of coming across these on eBay, and no chance at all of them being in this digital quality.
Thirdly, for all you tech foamers out there, the sound quality on these remasters is fantastic and gives such crystal clear clarity, not something everybody is interested in, but a real plus for die-hard Dolby fans such as myself.
Add-in the free extras downloads for Thomas Dolby forum members and this is a brilliant edition of an already perfect album. Now...where's that postman with "The Flat Earth" remaster, I can't wait if this is anything to go by!