Having listened to this set for the last 9 months or so, I remain impressed. They may have saved on the packaging, but the performances and recordings are quite good to excellent. Nothing is perfect, and neither is every disk in this set. I am most enamoured with the Cantatas. I have read a number of reviews on the Cantatas, and most were quite negative. I can agree with much of the criticism - Ruth Holton's pronunciation is often unintelligible, but her voice makes up for that! The tenors tend to be more loud than subtle. The alto is no Michael Chance. The sopranos in the choir are sometimes a bit shrill. However the performances are musical and intriguing. The tempi may seem odd, but they fit the text. The recordings themselves are detailed, you can hear the actions of the clarinets and the bassoons - perhaps not necessary to hear the mechanics, but it indicates how the recordings would have been made. I cannot stop listening to the Cantatas, so I believe that just the cantatas are well worth the price of the set.
The organ musio is well done. I have heard organs that I like better than the ones used here. A matter of taste.
No regrets here, I would buy this set again.