Not the most prolific of dance acts, but with Leftfield the quality more than made up for the quantity (Not everyone can be Moby..). This is an nicely packaged, intelligently compiled 'best-of', overall a good balance, but compilation albums are never toally as you'd like, everyone has their favourites, after all.My only real criticism is that there is perhaps a little too much overlapping with the two studio albums, particularly as there were often quite different versions of the tracks available. (Song of Life being a perfect example - the original single version is awesome and really quite different).It's great to hear the early 'Not Forgotten', which seems almost out of place, I have never (knowingly) heard this track before and top marks for including it! (If only the Prodigy could have done the same with 'What Evil Lurks' on their recent best-of!). It's good to have the soundtrack songs all collected in one place too, but where's 'Space March' from David Arnold's Bond CD, it's a great track and would have fitted in well!The DVD's are worth a look and make this CD better value, it shows you another side of the band, their high quality levels carrying over to their videos too!So, a more than worthwhile addition to your CD collection, even if you own the two earlier albums, there is enough here to tempt fans of quality dance music. If you are relatively new to Leftfild, remember tracks 1-6 were released 1994-'95 and years ahead of their time (some people still haven't caught up), quite a sobering thought!