The new version of episode #8, Neon Genesis Evangelion 1.0: You Are (Not) Alone, contains two extra scenes that were cut from the original version that aired on TV in October 1995. One is a quick tutorial about the Evangelion, explaining to Shinji how to operate the EVAs, which is a little jarring when you're watching a twenty-year-old TV show with a modern sensibility. It's the sort of thing we'd expect to see in a later season, not a series finale, but it's a funny gag to end the episode on, especially if you watched the original version. The other is the extended scene from #9, The End of Evangelion (True), which explains further details about the characters and the ending.
The Evangelion I saw twenty years ago was an unusual show. It was the first anime I'd seen that didn't have a formula, and I felt lucky to have seen something so different. The first DVD release added more dimensions to the production—some of the music, for instance, sounded genuinely startling. But the Renewal of Evangelion DVDs set a new standard for the quality of the remastering, with a level of detail that's hard to find in even the highest-end DVD, let alone a Blu-ray. I watched them as part of a marathon binge of the original series, and I've since returned to the earlier DVDs, just to see what was added and what was lost.
The ongoing fan debate about the show's meaning and the creation of the Endless Eight arc is one that's been with the series since the beginning, and it doesn't seem any closer to being resolved. There are several ways to read the series, and even the same episode can be interpreted in different ways. Anno-san has said that he wanted the series to be understood by having different people watching it who had different outlooks on the world, and he's certainly given the fans plenty to discuss. Viewers who are willing to accept the pre-conclusions will still probably enjoy all eight episodes. But if you want to be a bit more thorough, or if you want to see how the story develops, you might find the extended versions interesting.
In the end, making such a distinction in the settings would need to be checked with the legislation in your country. (It may also depend on the country's legislation whether you can limit a motor to these limits or not.)
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