The set looks great and everyone wants all 3 on blu-ray now the trilogy is finished. the booklet is entertaining for a 2 minute flick through.
I have to admit I've only watched dark knight rises off this set, I assume the others have the same extras as previous releases. My problem with this set is the lack of documentaries about the dark knight rises.
There's an hour long bat mobile retrospective covering all batman films(all 7!), which is interesting but drags on a bit, and I've seen that ground covered before on previous batman film discs. There isn't any straight up making of documentaries which I really wanted, just a simple 45 minute documentary would have suited me fine. what you get instead is disjointed 5-10 minute sections going over individual parts of the film, containing extremely brief snippets of interviews with the stars(maybe something to do with the lack of press interviews at the time because of the shooting?) anyway i found it annoying having to go through an overcomplicated menu watching one section at a time, instead of being able to just hitt "play all" and be done with it.
another thing that real winds me up is people repeatedly describing the plot or characters motivations. I've seen the film so I know all that stuff already, I just wanted them to talk about pre-production, production, the release and the reception to the film. Its not that bad but there should really be a great documentary to commemorate the end of the trilogy.