Anyone who purchased the recent 2006,2007,2008 remasters from Genesis for the CD/Stereo sound completely missed the whole point.
CD's are so old hat now and limited in there dynamic range, Nick Davis championed the Genesis remasters to be placed into a SACD Hybrid Multi Channel surround sound, this means you can still listen to it as a CD or with an SACD player and a 6 channel input amp you can have the SACD level of dynamics either as a Stereo SACD or Multichannel SACD (in this case 5 surround channels and Bass (sub)). OR you can pop in the DVD and with a home cinema set up of 5 speakers plus a subwoofer for bass you can enjoy the album in 5.1 DTS, or 5.1 Dolby Digital or 2.0 Dolby Digital.
Once you have heard the album in SACD multichannel or DVD 5.1 DTS you will wonder why you bothered listening to the Stereo CD layer.
Enjoy the albums as they were intended in surround sound and not in stereo for those who do not understand the potential of the formats.
Bare in mind any addition footage aside from Interviews was intended as a bonus not main feature, the main feature is the Surround Sound.
Further the nasty and purile comments by some son of a silly person on here I can assure you when I heard a pre production version of Behind The Lines the dynamics were dynamic at Fisher Lane Farm June 2006.... but then I bought the box sets for the Surround sound and SACD formats and not for the Stereo format on the CD LAYER.