For those who like the hits and nothing else, this box set retrospective of the first two-thirds of 2002 by a handful of artists is for you. Here are 32 tracks compiled on three CDs of the brightest and tightest in Nash Vegas -- with a few surprises. Containing hits ranging from Tim McGraw's "Down On The Farm," and Wynonna's "No One Else On Earth," to "Hog Wild," by Hank Jr, Disc One hosts a few nut job choices like Junior Brown's "Highway Patrol." Disc Two leads off with a real surprise in Lyle Lovett's "She's No Lady," which was a hit perhaps on NPR, but also features Jo Dee Messina's smash "You're Not In Kansas Anymore," and Hal Ketchum's "Mama Knows The Highway." The final slab in this set contains tracks by LeAnn Rimes ("Big Deal" ), and Sawyer Brown "("The Night Won't Last Forever").