First, thanks Jaffaman for your years of work on the reissue project. I admit it...I lost hope years ago. But you were persistent, and that all-too-rare trait has resulted in a huge blessing for the fans. We all know that no one forced you all to release this "new" music, and the fact that you've all spent so much time, energy, and money making it happen shows how much you and the band care about the fans.
Thoughts...where to begin...?
 So...I know this is a discussion about the bonus tracks, but Jaffaman, how are the remasters? TEMPLE always sounded a little tinny to my ears, so I'm wondering if the remaster gave it a little more body without being too loud and noisy.
 I find it curious that the Byrdhouse tracks were included but not "She's Not There." I would have expected there to be publishing/rights issues with including the old Byrds songs.
 I love that fact that one of my all-time favorite CH tracks, "Left Hand," appears not once, not twice, but [counting the AFTERGLOW version] three times on these reissues. If they could have combined the energy and guitar riffs of the live versions with the better mix of the studio version, this could have been one of their best recordings. I will always feel that "Left Hand" and "Recurring Dream" were shoulda-been hits that just missed their chance.
 I find it interesting that a few tracks weren't included because Neil didn't like them. I understand him perhaps not wanting a sub-par recording or a clearly unfinished tune on one of the bonus discs. But it's surprising that he doesn’t want a song like "Most Unwanted" included. Is it the best song they ever created? Certainly not. But it's part of their story and is an unreleased tune. And, for what it's worth, it's got a great chorus that simply soars. At least we have the fan club live version.
And, yeah, it hurts to know that songs like "Good Luck Morning" aren't being released, because, in the case of that one, Peter Green himself once wrote that it's one of his favorites.
But...wow. So much music coming our way very soon. It must be incredibly gratifying to finally, after all these years, see it being released. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Jaffaman,