Yes, I noticed it as well. The box set is an excellent piece of history and we should be grateful for Randy's effort in getting this to us. Now that I gave Randy some well deserved praise, I can offer my one critical comment. If you compare the Progressland reconstruction to the live recording that's in circulation, you'll notice the dialog is not accurate in the reconstruction in several places. In addition, it does not appear that any of the transition music, playing as the theater rotates to the next scene, is accurate to what's heard in the live recording. It's possible there were changes to the show after the live recording was made, or perhaps some of the actual music/dialog was not available to Randy. However, based on the live recording, the reconstruction is not accurate. :blush: Having said that, this set is a must have for any collector of Disney theme park audio. There are things in the official release that were not included in the bootleg version that is in general circulation. I know a lot of the recording session tracks are not in wide circulation and a few were included in Randy's set, including one of my favorites, Music to Buy Toasters By (Medallion City). Plus, the sound quality is vastly superior to the bootleg set. Thus, there is absolutely no reason not to purchase this.