I suggest reading it yourselves so you can get a GENUINE idea of the pros and cons of the set. For too long amazon's review section has been hijacked by those with an agenda who have turned this place into an overly negative cesspool.
To offset that insanity here are some quotes from someone who has ACTUALLY seen the product.....
"Here's the thing; ever since the The Complete Saga was announced, I was aware of the controversies, I had a hunch the original trilogy wouldn't be included in its untouched state, and I knew any new changes were going to be debated far and wide. This left me rather indifferent to the whole idea of revisiting Star Wars. But when I actually got the set in my hands, something changed. At pains of sounding like a sap, I started to feel that inner childhood giddiness bubbling up. And then, when I popped A New Hope into my Blu-ray player and heard John William's iconic fanfare over that familiar yellow text crawl, it hit me-I wasn't going to let any residual bitterness over George Lucas' endless alterations bother me. I was going to have a blast watching these films. And I did. Sure, there were moments when I winced the wince of a man getting a cavity filled without anesthetic, and yes, I still think the prequels-for the most part-are a monumental disappointment, but given the choice between a Star Wars that isn't exactly to my liking and no Star Wars at all, I've decided to be happy with the former and bide my time. Like Anakin Skywalker finding redemption in his dying breaths, I'm convinced George Lucas will one day realize the cultural and historic value in preserving the original films in their original form. Until then, I'm going to enjoy this epic Blu-ray box set and try my best to ignore the bits that bother me. I like this approach; I feel like, in my own mind at least, I've brought a certain balance to the Force."
"It goes without saying that just because this is Star Wars, it doesn't mean that this set is going to be the best looking Blu-ray release of all time. So, temper your expectations. That said, we do expect a lot from George Lucas and THX when it comes to cutting edge home video technology. I'm happy, then, to report that, for the most part, these films look wonderful. Not all of them might be described as "reference quality," whatever that means-although Episode III probably qualifies-but the transfers/restorations the films have been given represent an exponential leap in picture refinement, integrity, and clarity from previous DVD releases. While watching The Complete Saga this weekend there were several instances where I felt compelled to rewind and just bask in how beautiful certain scenes look in high definition."
It's an extensive review and goes into great detail. Again, I suggest checking it out as well as other REAL reviews.
Ignore the 2 sentence rants from the 9000 aliases on amazon. These so called "reviewers" have abused amazons rating system and wasted away their days on an agenda that could have been pursued in alternative ways. If you have to abuse a rating system, troll, lie, stretch the truth, create aliases and annoy your fellow fans then chances are you are going about your "cause" in the wrong way.