Since I managed to get out from under those literal piles of novels, I'm pretty strict about what I'll own in physical form. The set looks really good, and I'd be happy to have The Left Hand of Darkness on my shelf, and Neuromancer I guess (plus I haven't read that for years). If 2001 is part of the set that's fine.
But Stranger in a Strange Land and especially Dune, I would have misgivings about. I mean, that's shelf space that could be occupied by authors who weren't homophobic assholes.
(I haven't read The Once and Future King)
I can kind of see how people (like Neil Gaiman) decide to just keep every novel they ever read, in a colossal mountain that avoids any of this kind of value judgment. But since that's physically impossible, it makes me think I should unsentimentally purge all novels.
I bet that's not the train of thought the creators of this series were hoping to inspire.