This box set is a good buy for die-hard fans, but I would guess most of them have already acquired most of these rarities one way or another. As one of those fans, I was surprised that certain songs were not included, such as "Kingstep Dub", "Romantic Girl", "Saw Red/Bandelero", and the original mix of "Get Out!". Also, I was disappointed with the lack of liner notes. With all the cover songs, resung lyrics, reworked versions, and recycling of classic reggae riddims, I was hoping for notes on how Bradley Nowell came to use this material -- I think it would have benefitted fans who don't have an appreciation of Sublime's overwhelmingly Jamaican influences. Plus, these influences need to be given credit: Don Carlos (beginning part of "Lou Makes Friends" taken from his "Lazer Beam"), Half Pint ("Great Stone", parts of "At It Again" from his "Dancehall Vibes"), Yellowman (parts of "Roots of Creation" from his "Mi Believe/Summer Holiday"), Roots Radics/Barrington Levy ("Soundcheck Jam" riddim is from their "Send a Moses"), iNi Kamoze ("Doin' Time" line from his "Jump for Jah")... among others. The DVD of live material and video collages is worth a look, although I admit I skipped through a lot of it. Even though I'm a big fan of Sublime, I can't deny that their live performances lacked professionalism. It was obvious that they didn't rehearse enough for their shows, and even Sublime collaborator Marshall Goodman commented (in the documentary "Stories, Tales, Lies, & Exaggerations") on how Bradley was frequently so intoxicated that he couldn't perform well and often stopped playing his guitar mid-song. Perhaps I'm expecting too much from a band that originally played shows for beer. Anyway, highlights of this box set for me were "Ball & Chain", "Perfect World", "Get Out!" (acoustic), "Foolish Fool", and definitely the awesome acoustic versions of "Wrong Way" and "New Realization". Worth buying for these few gems, but I think casual listeners may find some of the other material to be sloppy.