This is exactly the collection that I've been hoping to find for years. Finally, it's available on Blu-Ray, but perhaps more importantly it includes both the original theatrical version of Apocalypse Now that's extremely hard to find on DVD, plus Apocalypse Now Redux, which is the longer version with additional scenes that were cut from the theatrical release. And that's just on the first disc!
Disc 2 is packed with extras, including interviews with Francis Ford Coppolla and John Milius, looking back at the film from thirty or so years later, plus the original radio broadcast version of Orson Welles's reading of Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness."
As if that's not enough, Disc 3 contains "Hearts of Darkness", the documentary of the making of the film, as it was being made, filmed and narrated by his wife Eleanor. It's the most powerful account I've seen of the difficulties involved in the making of a film. The stories of the problems with Martin Sheen's health and Marlon Brando's attitude, as well as the problems dealing with the Phillipine army are all covered in detail. After watching this feature length documentary, you'll wonder how the film was ever finished.
Altogether, it's probably the best boxed set collection ever released, and at the price it's actually a bargain compared to just buying the three films individually on DVD. I highly recommend it, and surely is a must-have for any serious film buff.