the disc is EXACTLY THE SAME, as previous blu-ray release. menu and features the same. no 4K upgrade. I uploaded a photo of the old disc next to the new one (left side). the case, overall construction is abysmal, the cheapest cardboard they could have used it arrived dented on the corners, and a large scratch down the back. see images. As I already own the original book, the book included is, at medium level inspection, accurate and unabridged, however I don't really care about it (again because I own a nice hardcover of the original book anyway)- no points for that. The cover art is the only PRO of this version. it is nice cover art, not great. could have been far more creative. the art behind the disc is, in my opinion, the nicest. the background is more of a mirrored silver than it is white, in the factory image it appears white- which would have been nicer. the book is also peppered with corresponding screenshots of the film, which in my opinion, make it more cheesy. I would have preferred more updated features, perhaps a steenbok treatment, this is one of my favorite films. I also attached an image of the rear page giving info compared with the rear of the previous version, as you can see, the feature list is the same. If you do not have the previous version, it is worth it- otherwise not. If this film IS given the steel book treatment, prob for the 30- if there are even still blu-ray's in 10 years, I will get that. and do another comparison review. 2/10.