Still fighting myself over this one.
Funny, this was one of the easiest decisions I've made. #1. It's the entire James Bond Collection. #2. Few films have ever looked this good on Blu-Ray. and #3. They are less than 10 bucks a piece. My favorite franchise collected together, in better condition than they were ever available--including (in most cases) their theatrical runs. It's a no brainier.
Some of the films are quite heavily cut over here in the UK. Licence To Kill is the worst, with almost all the violent scenes trimmed, including Leiter's severed leg when he's mauled by the shark, Krest exploding, Dario getting minced and Sanchez going up in flames. GoldenEye's missing a lot of headbutts in the fight scenes, which makes them pretty hard to follow. Tomorrow Never Dies is the worst - while it only has a few moments cut out, it's HORRIBLY obvious that something's been done. Even On Her Majesty's Secret Service has had some stuff taken out of it in the past, like the guy getting chewed up by the snow-eater and the use of a flamethrower during the storming of Piz Gloria.
Jesus... that almost makes me weep. Finger's crossed you guys get the uncut versions. As it stands in the states, the only one that we've been given in a cut form in Casino Royale. Every other one has been featured in it's true form. Even LTK is the Uncut version on the Blu-Ray and Ultimate Ed. DVDS.