If you are new to the Eels, this is a fine introduction. Eels fans may quibble about the best choices for a collection like this, but I like what was chosen here.
If you are a fan of the Eels, you probably have their albums, and thus you have most of the audio tracks here. There are still two reasons why you might want to get it.
1. (lesser reason) It has two audio tracks that were previously unpublished. But of course the companion "Useless Trinkets" collection has 50 B-sides, soundtracks, rarities and unreleased tracks, plus a DVD with six live performances, so that's the one to get for previously unpublished content, if you could only choose one.
2. (bigger reason) The companion DVD in Meet the Eels features 12 music videos (one is a live performance). Some of these videos were previously released on CD singles, but they seem to be higher quality here. It isn't HD or even modern DVD quality (some of these are >10 years old), but they are much better quality than the tiny versions they put on the CD singles.
In particular, the video for "Last Stop: This Town" is a most imaginative and appealing music video; you'll have to see it to believe it. Watch in amazement as a carrot... well, that would be spoiling it.
About my rating: I would give it 4 1/2 stars if it were an option. Anthologies are rarely as good as the complete original albums, but this one offers more in the form of the videos.