Asylum of the Daleks-
In present day we find the Ponds' relationship rocky, and the Doctor travelling alone. When the three of
them are kidnapped and taken to Dalek parliament, it's revealed that their help is needed in the destroying of the Dalek asylum. Once inside they are helped by Oswin, a tech head who's been trapped inside the asylum for a year. With the objectives of destroying the asylum, rescuing Oswin, fixing the Ponds' relationship, and escaping before it explodes, everything is on the line.
I think the episodes are a good match, not only are they the first and most recent of the Daleks, but both times The Doctor is at their mercy. In the first, he's far older and more susceptible to attack and manipulation, but in the latter, although a hostage, he is far more powerful and quick on his feet.
Having previously viewed the Silurian collection, my commentary as far as special features goes is relatively the same. There are none. However, I personally think "The Daleks" worth watching multiple times, and therefore would probably cave for this set. Were there a set available that included special features beneath $119, I would get that one in an instant, but since there is not, if you still want this story but on a budget, this is the way to go. Having the chance to see the episode that began the lasting relationship between The Doctor and one of his greatest enemies is an exciting thing, and I am thankful they released such a classic story in this way.
You can purchase the set here: Dalek Monster Collection