Music = 5 Stars Packaging =0 Star Liner Notes = 1 Star First and foremost, the music is outstanding. It is always a treat when we are taken inside the studio to witness Elvis create. 5 STARS. Once again, however, the Sony/RCA packaging and liner notes do not live up to...well, any professional standard, really. Packaging: The packaging is once again slits in cardboard sleeves, making it difficult to remove and insert the discs. As others have noted in other online reviews, the discs come out with great difficulty, with glue on them, and scratched. Liner Notes: The liner notes for "From Elvis in Nashville" were poor. The notes for this release would get a failing grade in 7th grade English class. While the author isn't specific credited (that i could find) it is likely they were written by Ernst Jorgensen. I will give him a pass as his English is far better than my Danish, but somewhere (everywhere?) between his writing and the final product multiple people failed at their job. Here is but one passage: "New lucrative deals were made for these albums by The [sic] Colonel made new lucrative deals for these albums, making a second round of money, with no further investment." The liner notes are difficult to read, even harder to comprehend. Sony needs to do better. Better for the music. Better for Elvis. Better for history. Better for us fans and consumers. This one should be streamed or purchased digitally, not purchased as a DVD set.