30 Trips around the Sun by the Grateful Dead is a well put together career spanning collection of 30 live shows delivered on 80 CD's included in a boxed set. The namesake is an accurate and scientifically proven description of 30 years of their live music travelling around the planet while the Earth itself orbited around the Sun 30 times.
While the $700 USD physical boxed set includes a gold-coloured 7-inch Caution/BoR and a 288 page book, the $700 digital version is a package including a 128 GB USB flash drive ($50 CAD value) shaped like a golden lightning bolt (count-down to seeing these on Ebay at crazy prices so definitely worth more out of that $700 than previously mentioned in that $50 value jab).
Why would these 2 packages be set at the same price point? They’re both identical except for the 80 CD packaging and artwork, a limited gold 7-inch vinyl recording, a printed essay/book, and some silly scroll that could be used to summon Jerry if used correctly.
Is it worth buying, even in a digital format? Probably, according to this thread (it's a long read, but worth it. Here's an example of the care put into the listening of 1978/5/14.. Skip to your favourite years if you want, and be sure to chime in - create an account if you don't have one and if you're not a fucking spammer) and also because of the golden lightning flash drive. Seriously, where else are you going to find a stick like that?