My order was delieverd today and I can't stop watching the DVD. It just brings tears to my eyes. The interview segments between the videos are so George-like - very humble, and very honest.
Some of the segments from Live in Japan are better than I remember - especially the slower songs. I enjoy watching him talk about his own music. It's a lot different than watching the Beatles Anthology. He seemed so uncomfortable talking about the Beatles on the Anthology. (Which is one of the more frustrating things about George)
Jeff Lynne hit the nail on the head when he said, "George was a reluctant rock star, but he loved to play rock 'n' roll."
As for the CDs, the remastering sounds supurb. I'm still upset with the relatively small number of bonus tracks, but I think a box set of rarities is on the way. (I do think they could have fit the studio version of "Cheer Down" on Cloud 9, however) I also wish ALL of his videos were on the DVD. (But there will probably be a more "definitive" DVD anthology released later)
Regardless of those things, it's still a nice package with lots of great moments. It just makes you wish he were still with us. (And that he had been pushed a little more to make more solid albums like ATMP, Cloud 9, and Brainwashed) - He was clearly capable of greatness, and he could be a good live performer under the right circumstances. I always wanted to see him live, but it wasn't meant to be. At least we have these records...