Well, the DVDs were from the BBC too, I think. I was disappointed that they didn't at least use production stills to accompany the audio, as they did in the truncated version of Marco Polo they had on one of the DVDs.
Agreed. Barring that, I wish the Lost in Time set had at least included some sort of linking narration, at least in text form, which detailed what happened in the missing episodes so that I wouldn't be going into the episodes completely cold or be left completely hanging at the end. (But then, I suppose being without any of that information does simulate the sensation of being someone who only watched the show sporadically during the 1960s. That kind of patchwork viewing is becoming a lost experience in this era of complete season sets.)