Straightforward enough - does anyone else think that two compilations like this isn't the best way of taking the highlights?
Personally, I think it would have been better if they had taken 30-40 songs from each of their THREE eras, and had, say, a red, green, and blue album.
Red for 1962-64 - equivalent to disc 1 of the existing red album plus various other highlights (Things We Said Today, I Saw Her Standing There, Baby's In Black . . .)
Green for 1965-67 - equivalent to red2 plus blue1 up to MMT, and the other highlights (I've Just Seen A Face, Got To Get You Into My Life, Taxman, Tomorrow Never Knows, Within You Without You . . .)
Blue for 1968-70 - equivalent to blue1 from LM on, plus other various high points (Two Of Us, Because, Hey Bulldog . . .)