Adding to the informative aspect of the disc, we have the audio commentary to the film featuring director Al Reinert and astronaut Eugene A. Cernan (the last man on the moon). The two largely stick to their respective fields of expertise, which for Reinert includes the research and restoration involved with NASA's vast archive of film, while Cernan gives a detailed look into both the job and feelings of a flight commander on a mission to the moon. The commentary is as interesting as the main film, and should be considered essential viewing.
Also included is a very nice color booklet, which features exceptional still photos from space, as well as two essays: "Fantastic Voyage" by author and film critic Terrence Rafferty, and "A Trip To The Moon" by Al Reinert. The clear case is sized to standard blu-ray height, but is a more classic DVD amaray style.
Along with Band Of Brothers and Planet Earth, For All Mankind should belong on any Blu-ray owner's short list for historical/educational releases. Not only is this a technically impressive title, but its historical record makes it all the more compelling. Everyone should at least rent this title, and the generous and informative bonus features help make it an easy recommendation for purchase as well.