Yeah, I totally agree. I actually think the liner notes are very well-written: it takes a lot of work to be punchy and fit something informative & appropriate into that small space. But the space just isn't there, to go into what I would have liked to read.
If anyone is listening, I would shell out for an e-book comprised of the stuff you mention, plus cue sheets for all the episodes. I dunno how much, 10 or 20 bucks I guess, but I would buy that.
Yeah, I want the cue sheets too... but I want actual reproductions of the typed sheets, not molested See-BS re-typeset junk.