Okay, I had the chance to check out this awesome set earlier and I have to say that this is one of the best transfers--if not THE best--that I've seen for a gritty horror film from this era. If all you're used to is the terrible Pioneer transfer or previous VHS releases, you will be blown away, as I was. It's obvious that Don May really put his heart and soul into making this film look as good as it possibly can. I doubt it even looked this good during the original theatrical release! I didn't actually watch the film all the way through (I'll be doing that later ) but I did watch the two documentaries featured on the second disc, "The Shocking Truth" and "Flesh Wounds". "The Shocking Truth" is very good and offers plenty of entertaining tidbits of information and comments from the cast and crew. It was nice to see Marilyn Burns (looking as lovely as ever!) and the rest of the cast sharing their experiences on the set. However, though this documentary runs an hour and fifteen minutes, it still feels incomplete and seems to just skim the surface of the making of the film. The second documentary, "Flesh Wounds", is even better and makes a great companion piece to "The Shocking Truth". "Flesh Wounds" doesn't contain nearly as much information nor as many interviews, but it is so well edited and put together and the interviewees are so interesting to listen to, and that makes up for this documentaries' shortcomings. The hilarious interviews with Edwin Neal and Gunnar Hansen are the standouts, and there is a touching little tribute to the cast and crew who have since passed away (Paul Partain, Jim Siedow, and Robert Burns). I predict that the director of this documentary, Michael Felscher, is going to have an impressive career in this genre if he keeps at it. This is certainly one of the best documentaries I have ever seen that focuses on a single film. Of course, there are still plenty of features on this set that I've yet to check out (and some that I've already seen because I owned the Pioneer DVD release) but I'm saving those for later. Oh and as far as what Mortis mentioned about missing discs/floaters, both of my discs were in the case and both were securely attached to the spindle. As I said, the packaging is beautiful.