I should write "WWNYD" on all of my guitars, because I can't even touch one without thinking of what Mr. Young would do. He's one of my all-time favorite guitarists and songwriters, a guy who knows exactly how to wreak the most emotion from every note, every phrase, every line. And that's what poetry is. Also, he sings real funny, but I don't even notice it anymore. It drives my wife up the wall, though.
Neil Young Archives Volume I (1963-1972). This is a massive box set, but I already owned much of the material on it. Skipping over the early tracks, I bought some 25 unreleased songs and versions of songs when eMusic acquired this. Among the things I picked up are an early version of "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere," two different versions of "Birds," including one with Crazy Horse (!), a couple of more songs from Gold Rush with CSNY: good stuff. Nothing earthshaking, mind you, but pretty good, nonetheless.
Citizen Cane Junior Blues (bootleg, 1974). This is an acoustic bootleg from the On The Beach tour. I have no regrets.