3 Not a bad price...but still disappointedJoblingA | 02/08/2013 | See all JoblingA's reviews (18)As the title says the price was not bad, however the packaging is lousy and cheap, especially the boxes themselves, instead of coming in a folding out box (like the DVDs) or in four separate boxes (like the European separate releases) or even in one big box (like the Planet of the Apes box set) they put them in two double disc boxes, both with the same cover as the outer packaging. The special features are pretty mediocre, the "introduction" by Chevy and Quaid and others is for the 20th anniversary television broadcast, and not the 30th anniversary blu ray box set, also it's not an introduction, it doesn't introduce anything, it's in the special features menu. Also the (okay) documentary is not actually filmed for the blu ray (or even converted into HD), it's just a cheap Biography Channel program (granted, the actors all take part) on just the first movie, and not the following sequels.The transfers of the films seem to have been done pretty quickly, the cuts are very rough, the picture quality is very standard, and the audio is basically DVD quality. While the version of Christmas Vacation is the theatrical cut and not the UK TV cut (never released on DVD before) the box set is still overall, very weak. I was hoping for much better, it's a tremendous series that doesn't get the recognition it deserves.