This (the Thomas Nelson edition) is the cheapest version of Josephus on the market, so I purchased it. It's got everything in it, complete and unabridged. The text is clear and easy on the eyes.
The only problem, and one I could not have seen online, is the quality of the paper. It is obviously inferior to the Hendrickson edition. I have the Hendrickson edition of Philo, which is part of 3 book collection also including Eusebius.
So just bear that in mind when purchasing. Quality or price. If I could have chosen I would have paid the extra few £'s, for the extra quality. I can imagine the Hendrickson lasting decades longer than the Nelson.