Three superb releases upgraded in terms of picture quality - most especially so for Talons of Weng-Chiang - and accompanied by some of the best extra features in the entire range. The Wildnerness Years documentary on the Movie is worth the price of admission alone, and it is great to finally have a commentary from Paul McGann. The Talons extras are comprehensive, although I would have liked a Tom Baker commentary at last, and the main Caves documentary is good, although - overall - this is the least well served story on the set. To answer a criticism of the previous review, 5.1 soundtracks were sadly not possible for any of these releases, so it is a little churlish to criticise the BBC for not including them. The movie's soundtrack materials are not held by the BBC (all materials are needed to create a complete 5.1 soundtrack) and the same is true, I believe, of Caves. In the main, then, this is a worthy release, although why we couldn't have had the earliest DVD releases "revisited" first (a special edition of Robots of Death is sorely needed) is anyone's guess. It's as if they are being deliberately perverse!