There is no bad song by Beatles
. I do like Takemitsu's arrangements, of Beatles, and those other few jazzy arrs he did. While one can ceratinly ask do we really need another recording of Takemitsu's arr, so can we as well ask do we really need another Albeniz/Granados album, or another recording of HVL preludes? As well as pianists may ask do we really need another recording of Moonight? Answer is, we probably don't need it, but the artist probably feels need to proof him or herself. And as long as we have the culture of releasing "albums" there will be need to fill the space on recording
About other arrs beside Takemitsu's I also like some of arrs on Söllscher's album which I believe (at least some) are made by another swedish guitarist Börje Sandquist who is more known for his pedagogical work and arrangements than for his playing. I like Brouwers arrs as well. Considering the pr work and industri backing behind Milos, we can probably expect Beatles arr to hold quite of a quallity since they will probably be done by professionals, so why not.
By the way, Beatles has become darlings of classical music community, and it has almost become ubiquitious as producing a Bach album, for good or bad, it is personal I think.