The Kindle version is good as you can search the content, which is very handy when you can remember only a snippet. It is the nature of books of poetry books that you dip into them rather than cover to cover, so being portable is ideal. Of course there are omissions you will think should be in there, but it would be an enormous book if it catered for everyone's esoteric tastes, which is why it has the word Favourite in the title. However, I'm sure there is more than a few people out there that think that if John Cooper-Clarke had more exposure he would be among the Favoured.
I bought this to take to a Care Home, but unfortunately it does not contain enough of well known poems which will stimulate some of the residents to search their childhood memories. The meanderings of Sylvia Plath and that type of poet are not generally well known, better to have included W B Yeats, The Lake Isle of Innisfree or John Masefield, Sea Fever, they are more universally remembered.