This live, 2 CD set has a multi-channel layer, but I don't have a multi-channel SACD player, so this is a review of the Super Audio stereo version. First, my bias: I think Pink Floyd, post-Roger Waters, has put out some great sounding stuff, and I have never liked Roger Waters' solo material. Having said that, this is an excellent album. The songs consist of a handful of Waters' solo stuff (the album slows down a bit during these songs), but for the most part, it's some of the best of classic Pink Floyd. The cast is typical Floyd with a large ensemble, including Jon Carin who has toured with Floyd before, and a trio of female backup singers. They all sound fantastic, especially the backing vocals and some beautiful sax in "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun" (yep, he really opened up the 'way-back' machine). Unfortunately, David Gilmour's guitar is sorely missed, although they come pretty close in a few songs. His vocals, however, are well-replaced, especially in "Dogs" and "Comfortably Numb." The DSD recording blew me away. I wish there was some other Floyd on SACD to compare it with, but this is truly an audiophile recording. There is a very small audible hiss, typical of a live recording, but I only heard it during the few moments of silence and did not find it intrusive at all. If you're a Pink Floyd fan, this is a must have for your Super Audio CD collection.