Having been a fan of Crosby, Stills & Nash for some years, and having seen their debut performance on the Woodstock footage, I was eager to view this. However, everything about the packaging is misleading. Firstly, the picture on the cover is not taken from any shots within the film, as they are much older in the concert (this being filmed in 1991). Secondly, the term 'acoustic' should be used loosely. Stills does play electric guitar, soaked with effects, and Nash plays a piano that sounds plugged in. I love acoustic, but in this instance, the sound is just not big enough and doesn't carry them. I suppose my gripe is that my idea of turning songs into entirely acoustic pieces ought to be done with a view to creating a new sound and a way of creating the same songs to stand on their own... here, there's none of that, and one guitar and nothing else does not really help them. It would have been greatly improved if there had been some percussion. I also felt that there was a lack of energy in the performance and couldn't help but think that the whole concert would have been better had they standed closer together to unify their sound, but they're all spaced out over the length of the stage. Crosby is more on form in this performance and seems far calmer than in 'Daylight Again', also on DVD. Stills seems to take a slight backseat in the concert, with Nash and Crosby appearing to dominate. Stills' voice as we know it is much more musical in the DVD 'Daylight Again'. For those looking for that tight sound that they achieved in their flawless woodstock performance of 'Suite: Judy Blue Eyes', look elsewhere. Crosby, Stills & Nash wrote some wonderful songs and are truly original in their musicality, though I have to say I am disappointed that they have chosen to market this DVD with an image taken many years before, giving a completely different impression of the actual content.