If you like Purple Rain and/or that era of Prince's music, you'll love this. This is a multi-disc set, starting with the full, remastered Purple Rain album from 1984. Let's talk about the new stuff: There are some 7" single versions of some songs that are already on the Purple Rain CD. In my opinion, there aren't enough differences in them to have justified including them, (particularly if anything else was possibly left out to make room for them); but they are enjoyable nonetheless. There are some other songs that have been previously available, though as B-sides and less widely distributed, (Erotic City, Another Lonely Christmas, etc.). It's nice to have them all in one place. "From the vault", there a few songs that, in my opinion, make it worth buying this set for them alone, let alone all the other great songs. "The Dance Electric", the long, "Hallway Speech" version of "Computer Blue", and "Father's Song", (which is a melody taken from "Computer Blue", slowed down and introduced by a very haunting piano), are excellent. I'm sad that I've lived without them theses 33 years since the 1984 release of "Purple Rain"! The final disc is a DVD. It's a full concert from March of 1985. It's okay. I've only watched it once so far. The video and sound quality aren't up to today's digital standards...but it's Prince and I'm glad to have it available to view. The only thing that could've made this more complete is if they included a DVD of the movie, too! Overall, an excellent collection. I'm glad to have some stuff from the vault, but I'd give it all back if we could still have Prince on the planet. Rest well, Prince. We miss U.