Have an early copy via Saxon's website. This is one of the best rock documentaries I have seen. Band members, past and present, (except for Pete Gill), are more honest than they need to be, and talk you colourfully through Saxon's 30 year history of trials, tribulations, and successes. Interview segments from Lemmy Kilmister, Phil Campbell, Mikkey Dee and Fast Eddie Clarke, as well as Saxon's own memories of Motorhead's 1979 Bomber Tour, which gave Saxon their biggest break, are especially filled with rock 'n' roll tales of sin and debauchery; but hey, that's what it's all about, innit!
With this release there is a second DVD featuring the band's hour-long Beat Club performance for German TV from the early 80's, and this is a great piece of aural and audio memorabilia; the armadillo in Biff's trousers notwithstanding.
Plenty of other excellent footage, and bringing it bang up to date, part of a Saxon live show filmed on St George's Day 2010. Superb, can't say enough about it. If you're a rock fan and / or a Saxon / Motorhead fan; you will love it.