Ive been reading a few reviews about this boxset, and how many consider the prints to be far from great, but I watched the first three yesturday, and they all looked as good as I hoped, with some great examples of just how good HD can be. The first film was shot on a very small budget at the time, hence one of the reasons why it isnt quite as sharp/polished in HD as the rest of the series, it still shows great improvement over the 2006 HD-DVD release, and has many scenes where the colours and detail are evident. A thin layer of film grain is also noticable, which helps to retain the film's natural look. The second one, shot in a wider aspect ratio and on a much bigger budget, improves on clarity overall over the original,
as well as colour reproduction, while retaining a layer of film grain.
Lethal 3 has some excellent detail, especially in the daylight/outdoor scenes, and shows great black levels (1&2 being no exception). As for Lethal 4, ive yet to check it out, so Ill be sitting down with that one tonight, knowing it will be the best of the bunch as far as picture quality goes, as its the most recent (1998) and was shot with HD camera's, as well as a monster budget. The fifth disc, features 4 bonus documentaries that are all new (shot this year) and include some great info and cool moments with the actors/crew. All in all a great addition to any bluray collection, especially if your big fans of the series, I would review the sound quality but havent got my 5.1 set-up at moment, watched them with headphones on! But sound great anyhow.
Picture Quality :
Lethal 1 - 3.5 out of 5
Lethal 2 - 4 out of 5
Lethal 3 - 4 out of 5
Lethal 4 - watching it tonight but guess 4.5 out of 5.