It's worth noting that this "reprint" of London Philharmonic changes up the track order. The old London Phil, as well as the Tokyo Met I~IX box, did this "scene" ordering, where you'd get all the same "types" of song in groupings ... town, field, characters, dungeons, battle, boss, ending.
But in this new reprint of London Phil, they're doing it game per game, which IMO is a superior track ordering.
If I didn't already own the I~IX box I'd buy this I~VII box. I think London Phil is probably a nicer recording than Tokyo Met, but Tokyo Met is the only one to continue into the present, so for a collector like me I enjoy being able to have the same orchestra cover the full range of DQ games. Like ... yeah, NHK and London are probably superior, but it's not like Tokyo Met is *bad.* They're still great recordings, all of them.