This is a surprisingly complete edition, containing early poetry and some juvenilia as well as the great work from 1917 on. But the table of contents is NOT navigable as stated elsewhere, at least on Kindle 4. The contents page has the poems listed and underlined, but scrolling and selecting seems brings you back to the preface! So you have to be prepared to page forward a good deal. There seems to be little logic to the order and there is no information about dates, so unless one is really familiar with the work, following the astonishing arc of progression post Craiglockart is not easy to discover, and that is a disappointment. Still, at this price it is churlish to complain too much!
And the finest poetry IS remarkable and remarkably moving! But I would happily pay 10x the cost for a proper, better structured and referenced edition, with some extracts from the letters which give such insight into the development of the poets mind.