I just got the above set and really haven't formed an opinion yet, EXCEPT on the last disc. It is the same material as MEDDLER, but with all the music completely intact, no funny editing, none of Peel's announcements, and in honest-to-God stereo! Someone mentioned this possibly happening due to the fact that about ten stereo copies existed, well I'm here to say that day has come!
They are real CD's, and not CDR's. Each is simply colored with a stamp naming and numbering each CD. Also the set itself is hand-numbered "312" of 1000.
There is a picture booklet included that is a collection of photographs, posters, and the like, including a snippet of an interview conducted by "ZZ". Most of this I've seen before, including a shot of Gilmour and Waters during some of the Pompeii photography (I think they superimposed it in Echoes part I) As for a catalogue number, I'm sorry to say the only numerics aside from the edition numbers are numbers individual to each CD.
Tracks 1-4: 201 Piccadilly Studio 1 London June 25 1968 "Top Gear"
Track 5: London Nov 3, 1968 BBC TV "All My Loving"
Tracks 6-9: Maida Vale Studios London Dec 2, 1968 "Top Gear"
Tracks: 10-14: Paris Cinema London May 12, 1969 "Top Gear"