On the face of it this seems like a good set. It's main selling point being that it contains the remastered Big Generator album, with bonus tracks which has not been available outside of Japan before (unless you pay an extortionate amount for a Japanese import).
The CDs are very poorly packaged and the box isn't that nice either. They claim to be "mini-LP" but they're not really. The CDs which are supposed to replicate the wallet-style LPs are housed inside a single-wallet, which is ok... except that the hole for the CD is so big you could fit the CD in it about 5 or 6 times. The CDs are not protected in any way (usually these sorts of sets put the CDs in polythene covers) and are left to rattle around. When I ordered my set (not from Amazon) the copy of Tormato was so badly scratched I had to return the set.
As well as poor pachaging the albums do not come with the booklets that are present in the already available Rhino re-issues which also contain the bonus tracks included in this set.
Another thing is that this set has been released while Yes are re-issuing albums containing 5.1 mixes and other extras (Close to the Edge came out in this format in October and The Yes Album is coming in April) which would make better additions to a box set collection.
This is a badly packaged, poorly designed, rushed, money-spinner of a set. Buy the Rhino re-issues which contain the same music and bonus tracks and much more nicely packaged than this rubbish. Better still buy the CD/Blu-ray or CD/DVD re-issues which are in progress at the moment.