This is an excellent quality DVD - the image quality is good, as is the sound, to the point where you can hear even the minor sounds that make a scene really worth watch (such as the soft chink of glass falling to the ground, or the twang of a vibrating bowstring) and the show is, of course, a great anime production - full of action, adventure, romance, comedy, tragedy and a solid, consistant plot.
Usually, I prefer the Japanese version and watch such shows with English subtitles, but for some reason, I feel that in InuYasha, the English dub works best. They've chosen some good English-language voice actors for the parts - some of whom I do prefer to the original Japanese voice-actors, which is very unusual.
One complaint, however. The subtitle and language option menu is very simplistic and doesn't seem to work correctly.There are two language options (Japanese and English). If you select Japanese, the subtitles "on" option is automatically selected as well, and if you select English, the subtitles "off" option is automatically selected at the same time. I've found no way of using the two menues independently of each other. Worse still, even though the subtitles of the English version claim to be "off" - the English subtitles still show up throughout each episode. I appreciate the English subtitles on the Japanese version, but I'd love for them to disappear on the English version - so far, I can't find a way of doing that. The Subtitle menu doesn't seem to turn them off, even when it claims it has.
Overall, I rate the Inuyasha show highly, and the DVD provides very good quality watching - the menu makers have let the DVD down however - the lack of subtitle control is annoying.