I did this a couple of years ago. My husband and I had received a chunk of cash for xmas, and we decided to buy a chest freezer, and then pick up some meat to fill it.
I ended up at a local butcher, and bought the 30# beef assortment. If I recall correctly, the cost was about $150, or maybe a little more. It had an assortment of chuck roasts, stew meat, ground beef, and steaks. All in all, the meat was good quality, and it took a while to go through it all.
But I wouldn’t do it again. It is just the two of us, and some of the pieces were larger than we could eat in a sitting, and we’re not good with leftovers. We also found that we didn’t care for some of the cuts. I ended up grinding most of the chuck roasts for burger myself.
We also try to buy the stuff we really like on sale at the supermarket, vacuum seal and freeze right away. Now we have more room in the freezer for big bags of fresh frozen berries and treats from the Trader Joe freezer aisle.
On a final note, it was annoying that every package in the set was wrapped with identical butcher paper, and had a small stamped label on one side only. It got really frustrating to dig through the chest freezer and find the ground beef or something. I finally grabbed my colored markers and color coded everything.