Quite agree that shoddy reissuing deserves a mark-down - a big mark-down might even attract the attention of someone who knows someone who knows someone who knew the PA of someone who once worked in a building quite near the offices of the 'record company' that 'reissued' it. It's most certainly NOT always about the artistic/sonic quality of a recording in these reviews.
Amazon have dumped your review on the ORIGINAL issue's page, when presumably you aimed to affix it to the reissue's page (though it's apt it's ended up here). I'm waiting tightfistedly for the used price to hit my target for the original set, but in the meantime have established via a very kind small seller (and a little info on Discogs) that it came with not only a proper booklet/libretto (of course, for these originals), but also an outer slipcase. Now the really bad news is that the booklet was outsized, i.e. it fitted only inside the slipcase, not inside the fat jewel case. So you may be sure the big Marketplace sellers will be trying to pass off booklet-less AND case-less examples as 'very good' (and once those outer slipcases go, the booklets tend to go with them, in their CDs-by-the-ton(ne) world).