Yet another volume in this valuable series. Apollo 12 advanced on the first moon landing mostly by doing more: more geology (including two moonwalks instead of one), a pinpoint landing (within walking distance of Surveyor III), and more surveying for possible future sites. The major excitement was the Saturn V being struck by lightning shortly after liftoff, or, as the official report included in this volume euphemistically puts it, "an electrical potential discharge from the clouds through the space vehicle to the ground." That and the loss of the television camera early in the first EVA, which I think contributed significantly to the loss of interest back home.
The contents are by now just about standard: the press kit, the pre-mission report, the post-mission report, and the crew debriefing. I was glad to see the return of the latter after missing it on Apollo 9. (It's not in volume 1 of the Apollo 11 coverage, but I assume it's in volume 2.) That was a bit more jargon-filled than usual but still worthwhile to skim. Another one for the completist.