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Well, I don't agree about Scorpius, but I do agree on the first five being the best, but I also toss in Win, Lose or Die; License to Kill and GoldenEye (Gardner's novelizations are top-notch).
Mogford didn't go much into detail about the designs, but for anyone interested, this is what he posted on his site in 2012:
So as with the start of this discussion, there were the 2011 Orion sets duplicating the original covers/hardbacks.
The 2012 conversation must have been for these covers, I expect. Or if I'm mistaken I can remove the image to avoid confusion.
Thanks for the info, @RichardTheBruce! I didn't notice that the 2011 box set and the 2012 covers were different editions when googling them. Mogford worked on the 2012 ones you posted above.
A new collectable!