I wouldn't. Personally, I don't enjoy making-of features. I've seen a few making-of Star Wars programs, but I avoid most shows of the sort. When I watch a movie, I want to watch the movie, not think "that's a potato; they cut it in half and threw it across the room and then played it back in reverse and slow motion, that's how they did that." or some such thing.
I don't even like the audio commentary feature, though. For most of my movies, I've never even turned it on. (especially since my roomate's dvd player in the living room seems to think it always needs to be on. Once you turn it on, it pretty much decides for itself when it wants to turn the feature off) I listened to the commentary on X3, and it just made the movie even worse for me. I had hoped it might provide some story insight and improve on the film for me, but it was 2 hours of Brett Ratner verbally masturbating himself and making it obvious how craptastic a director he really is and it just sucked out the few moments of enjoyment I actually got out of that movie.
And I don't want any of that to happen with Indy. It's been, up to this point, the only franchise that's been pretty much perfect for me. I'm seriously thinking of not even seeing the next one, as Lucas, Speilburg AND Ford have all gone down hill considerably in the last decade.(I'm not just talking about getting older) And from what I see in the trailer, there's way too much cgi in it for my liking. At this point, I can't even watch any of the Star Wars PT. And I'm very slowly beginning to forget things about it. (until I suddenly remember) So, hopefully in a few years I'll be well on the way to rendering those disasters moot in my SW mindset.
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it's a nice little addition to have, but nothing on the 2003 boxset (no i wont be selling it afterall ) the best bit by far was the 'melting face doc' which i enjoyed to the point where i wanted to remake the scene myself and it also did show (very little) behind the scenes footage from Indy IV which i hadnt seen before. If they combined this with the orginal set, it would be a little bit more...complete, but hardly noticeable if you know what i mean. I'm just starting off my Indy collection, so buying the SE set means i'm one more step towards rivalling my SW collection