The music's fine of course, but the covers of the singles are a little out of focus. The catalogue numbers & brandings aren't the same as the Rough Trade originals, which were pretty key features when these singles were released in the 80s. The sticker on the front of the box can't be removed so in a few years time the adhesive will be oozing everywhere. The box isn't particularly sturdy, and the badges are a bit lame.
The set is obviously aimed at collectors, and it's clear that a fair bit of effort's been made, so why bother producing such an imperfect set? If Rhino/Warners can't produce facsimiles of the original releases with decent covers, why not just make them variations? Copies of the rare promos aside, I would have preferred these on coloured vinyl, picture discs, or all the individual release's 12" tracks on 7".