I also threw in To The Stars - and Beyond (The Second Borgo Press Book of Science Fiction Stories), mainly because Charles Gramlich has a tale in it, and I loved the cover.
Today the wife gave me a hall pass and I went shopping. In addition to shoes, music and comics, I picked up some books, too. Arturo Perez-Reverte's latest (perhaps last) tale of Captain Alatriste, Pirates of the Levant. The Ramsey Campbell novelization of the Solomon Kane movie (which I still haven't seen!) Finally, I bought the Baen anthology, Mountain Magic. I have Drake's Old Nathan collection (included,) but the book includes a set of Henry Kuttner tales, too. I would have gone the e'route on that one, sometime, but for this little tidbit on the Baen E'books site;
Unfortunately the Kuttner estate does not allow publication of electronic versions of his works. So we had to remove all of the Kuttner stories from the WebScriptions version. In their place we've added Manly Wade Wellman's John the Balladeer stories. Certainly they fit the books theme of Mountain Magic.
I guess that isn't a total surprise. I noted Saberhagen's estate seem to be handling his e'books, outside of any given publisher. Also, not surprising some Silver John tales were substituted, as I think Drake is in charge of the Wellman publishing estate, so it wouldn't be a tough sell.
(I've run into something similar with some of my vinyl blues LPs having different content on CD - not just augmented, but different...)