Well, more than a few neighbors complain (not all of them graciously) about my brief posts (and not that your statement was such a complaint, of course). But my circumstances of browsing/keeping up with the forum (which runs to the chatty side, even if I did not participate at all) are generally such, that most of the time my choice is, post a brief message, or don't participate. And I forego the latter option. If that brings grief to some, I truly regret it. But, hard cheddar.
To expand on my own remark, apostrophe: Much of the Big Stravinsky Box are excellent renditions of much of the master's oeuvre. In many cases, next to the only recordings of pieces which deserve better than next-to-only-recording status (gag me with a hundred complete-Beethoven-symphony sets). Some of them are a bit dodgy (I must admit to puzzled disappointment with the performance of Agon, which has much rattier moments to it, than any recording with the musicians of the Cleveland Orchestra has any right to). For the Violin Concerto, largely I do prefer Wolfgang Schneiderhan's playing with the Berliner Philharmoniker and Karel Ančerl, perhaps; even there, though, I find the Stravinsky document of unique interest, even where there is some apparently near-fatal compromise. Like the failure to include the repeat in the first of the Movements for piano and orchestra.