Any of you guys go for those reissues that have 5 extra CDs of outakes and all that? I see that Frank Zappa's estate is releasing the "Making of Hot Rats" which really is an excellent recording by itself. But I'm not that keyed up to listen to 5 CDs of alternate takes, rehearsals, mono mixes, burps, etc. I got the "Making of Freak Out" and listened to it once or twice. Lent it to my brother who lost one of the discs and I didn't even care. The only other one I was tempted to get was the "Immersion" version of Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here" because that one has the Stephane Grappelli violin solo on it somewhere. $120 is sort of steep to spend for a minute of audio. I did like the "Deluxe" versions of The Who's "Live at Leeds" and "Who's Next", but they weren't these piles of outtakes - just extra live material that was really good overall.