I got the Saga HC too. Really nice book. I'd actually get more collections like this if they did them, as it just feels like it'll last longer. Finally finished the story a couple of days ago (I've had the issues since they came out, but didn't have time over the summer to finish reading, then forgot until the collection came out). On the whole, didn't love it, though didn't mind it either. A definite improvement on CE2, though nowhere near as memorable as CE1. I feel like it could have used another issue or two, as Issue 6 especially felt very, very squeezed in, with Devian's duel too short, too little explanation of the space battle, the appearance of Feena's clone seeming underdeveloped, and too abrupt an ending for what is meant as the final conclusion to the Crimson Empire story. I realise Kanos is already established doing various errands later on in the timeline, which may have been why he couldn't have a happy ending with Mirith, but I'd at least have preferred a couple more pages for some proper closure. Still, all that aside, I still enjoyed it, which is much more than I can say for a lot of middling novels. Luke surprisingly didn't bother me that much when I re-read those scenes. On first reading, I was thinking "Wha...?", but when I re-read, I was able to imagine him talking in a much less confrontational manner than his Marvel He-Luke facial expression was suggesting.