I like the set up of this set. The seasons are in these little cardboard boxes with record style sleeves. It's all really nicely done. This has all been said in other reviews. The only issue I had with it is that the audio commentaries are by the director, who repeats a lot of the same information in every single one, like how they shot the 360's, every single openeing theme he describes how they didn't want to do them again after a certain season, how they pushed all of the cars onto the set and how much the cast really enjoyed each other and that is why their performances are half acting and half really having fun. It got so redundant that I would turn them off half way because he just kept saying the same thing. He also didn't always accurately remember what episode he was talking about, but in his defence I was watching them one after the other while he did not experience them that way. I just expect a little more inside info from a commentary than "and this is how we shot this, this is what they story is about and then the same crap I said last time". Sometimes the directors are the last people that should do the commentaries is all I'm sayin'... they get all bogged down in their own craftsmanship which is not what I'm personally interested in.
This issue is very minor as there are individual cast interviews throughout the set. There could have been more stuff but this director didn't sound like the type to keep extra stuff, seems a very cookie cutter/follow the script to the letter type of guy. I love the show though and if you do too this is (when it is on sale for $99 like I got it for) a good value for money and the episodes themselves are what really matters and they are just as great as the first time around.