I got this collection along with a few others and sure am glad I did! It looked like a decent idea, putting the first few releases of bands out in little box sets and when I did get them It sank in about just how good an idea this is! Brilliant marketing move here...back in the early 70's I was aware of Spirit but didn't really latch on to them until Dr Sardonicus came out...for me it was a fruitful era that I'm still finding more bands to like from to this day.Who needs all the Blah crap out there now when there were so many great bands back then?!To me Dr Sardonicus defines this point in time musically ... so many bands were so into finding thier own way of doing things and Spirit was just what I was looking for and can still relate to after all these years...and I don't get someone actually thinking Feedback is not worthy of respect...the Staehely brothers were amazing musicians in thier own right and Feedback works big time for me! Mark Andes...now there is a player who has certainly earned a respectable reputation! That man has been around! Randy has always been a favorite player songwriter and singer and John Locke...wow! I got to see Locke when he was in Nazareth and that line up was one of the best live shows I have ever seen! Absolutely wild! The packaging on these Original Album Classic releases is sparse for sure but I have most of this stuff on Vinyl anyway and besides the size of the compact disc makes it difficult to arrange a lot of detail anyway....but it can and has been done...the Salvo remasters of the Nazareth catalog is a case in point...nice job done there on the early stuff anyway with TONS of bonus tracks just waiting to be gobbled up!