In general, I agree with most of the reviews - it's great to see George's Dark Horse work spotlighted, and the sound quality is excellent. I, too, would have preferred a DVD with all of George's videos, but the DVD with this set is a nice one.
Nonetheless, there's no getting away from the feeling that this set shortchanges the buyer, even those who are not fanatics who "must have everything." There simply are too many tracks missing, including "Flying Hour," "Lay His Head," and "Sat Singing," which were inexplicably dumped from the "Somewhere In England" album, but are among George's best solo work. There are others that should have been here too, including the "Best Of Dark Horse" CD, but others have already noted them in their reviews.
There is also a shocking and disappointing lack of meaningful liner notes in this set. More time and care should have been taken to research these recordings, including session dates, personnel, and other background information, particularly about the two versions of "Somewhere in England." A collection like this cries out for a Mark Lewisohn or Allen Wiener to produce liner notes of such quality and the paying customer deserves them. After all, what does David Fricke really know about George Harrison that most fans couldn't have written themselves?
An artist who was as gifted and original as George Harrison (quite apart from his Beatles recordings) deserves a truly comprehensive compendium of his work. Sadly, this otherwise enjoyable, but overpriced, box is not it.