I'm amazed. Over 2 weeks to the release date. Now to the contents. The set came packaged in the usual DVD Soon cardboard box, resplendant with the company's logo on the label. When will DVD Soon learn that this is an open invitation to thieving posties and deliverymen. Thank God I didn't fall to prey to either (this time). The actual boxset was packed with big bubble wrap and had no shipping damage whatsoever. The box itself is superb, in black and copper with gold leaf. The movie is packed in a gatefold outer sleeve, much like the Beauty And The Beast Special Edition, with a double Amaray style plastic case inside. The cover is in English and with the ubiquitous Disney "Version Francais Incluse" legend. There is a gorgeous black box housing the framed character portraits, 9 in all, along with a framed certificate of authenticity. These alone are worth the purchase price. Finally, the hardback book detailing prduction of the movie and dvd. A collectors' item in it's own right, colourful, detailed and sturdy. This set is one you shouldn't let the kids get their grubby little mitts on. I'm not going to go into detail as to the content of the discs, but I had one major disappointment. The theme tune, The Circle Of Life, is a re-recorded version and is nowhere near as good as the original. I was also disappointed that Rowan Atkinson does not reprise his role as Zazu on the menu. This, however, is a minor gripe. I'm in the middle of getting a dedicated home cinema built, so I'm only watching on my 32" Tosh DD Widescreen at the minute, but this is one I'll certainly be demoing when I finally open for business. At around £18 delivered, the bargain of a lifetime. Well done DVD Soon.