The design is pretty much the same as the previous “low budget” photo album by Elvis Unlimited, “All Elvis”. It has a soft cover and is printed on glossy paper. Overall the lay out is tasteful, but sometimes it is a pity that pictures are covering each other partly. Most pictures are in fair to good quality, but unfortunately there are quite some "terrible" ones too. It’s a pity that some of the full page colour shots are very grainy.
Like in “All Elvis” the pictures are ordered roughly chronologically, but again not completely. A big improvement is that there is some information this time with some of the pictures, but still it is at a minimum… and not always right unfortunately. We have the feeling that, compared to “All Elvis” again, there are more familiar pictures this time. Still the majority is rare if not unseen by us. There are some great 'early shots' and some of the late 60's/ early 70's candids are outstanding.
Although there is some improvement, there is still some work to be done for the next release. Disregarding that fact, for most picture lovers this book is certainly worth the money, since it has at least a normal price compared to many other photo books.