Very nice collection of the NASA documentation of the mission. A must for any follower of the Apollo programs. A person could gather all of this off the web for his or her collection, but this package has almost all of what you would want. I thank the author for doing a tremendous job of gathering and assembling the press release, reports, video and pictures of the mission.
The book is a valuable reference of the planned mission goals and what they actually achieved. Original drawings and diagrams show exactly what the mission was. Yes, it has many techincal numbers and diagrams that means something to the techincal-minded, but would be dry reading for others. It is a great historical reference that I am proud to keep on my bookshelf.
For myself, a person old enough to remember the space flights to the moon happening, but young enough to not have vivid memories of the television coverage, the CD-ROM is gold. I will comment that the video is disappointingly crude, but then again, television back then was not what it is today. The feel of the moment is not lost, however.
The post-flight debriefing is more entertaining than it first might sound. This is the part of the book that, yes is technical, but brings the human aspect of the mission out. They performed a daring job, with a sense of humor and awe that comes out when reading the interview.