Returning to the original question...

If you already have the Jochum set on DG, then (1) yes, the EMI Dresden set is different, but (2) not sufficiently different to make it worth buying *if these are your only Bruckner recordings*.

There is a wide range of Bruckner interpretation. If you're interested, you could sample something with a different savour. Sarge's suggestion of Celi's MPO set is a good one: it contains at least 2 outstanding performances (plus 1 or 2 others which may be more controversial) but all are well worth hearing - and the set is *de rigeur* for a serious Brucknerian.

You can also try Karajan/BPO. This is a consistent and competent set, representing (again) a different approach, which a lot of people find convincing.

My personal favourite set - if it's a set you're after - is Skrowaczewski/Saarbrücken. Solid, meaty, *echt*-Brucknerian performances, with not a dud amongst them - and some knockouts: #6 and #9 are particularly good - and the #0 is my top pick (from an admittedly not large field of candidates.)