I've seen a number of people comment that the "all or nothing" style in which LEGO exports means that they are essentially "stuck" with a bunch of songs they consider to be junk and filler.
My question for those people is: Why areyou even considering buying the disc in the first place?
I mean, seriously, it's quite confusing. Why would anybody spend $60 for a game in which they don't like a large portion of the setlist? Heck, why would you drop the $50 on the game in the first place?
LEGO isn't just another Track Pack, it's full game with it's own unique features and presentation. You're spending $50 on a whole new game, and have the option of doing a $10 export if you like the setlist enough to want it available to the full platform.
But it's no different than RB1, or RB2, or heck even The Beatles had it been available for export. Either the setlist is worth the price of admission or you don't like enough of the songs to warrant purchase.