Well what can I say apart from absolutely jaw-dropping from start to finish.
Being on a blu-ray, the soundtrack is pristine, and the video quality is bright, vibrant and pure, which is as expected. It feels like you are in the concert.
I first got into John Mayer when I had to learn 'Gravity' for a University Performance (Musician). After listening to this song, I discovered his other music and back-catalogue, and his music really grabs you and doesn't let go; you become absolutely hooked.
Mayer provides evidence of his flawless technicality as a guitarist, as well as a very talented vocalist (not forgetting him being an extraordinary song writer). The concert starts with him performing five songs acoustically, and these are some of my favourite parts of the concert. Such effortless talent!
He then goes on with the second set, as the John Mayer Trio (featuring Steve Jordan on drums and backing vocals, and Pino Palladino on bass guitar), and finishes with the third set as the John Mayer Band.
Myself being a drummer means that I get lost and caught up in the metronomic groove of Jordan and the band drummer, J.J. Johnson. These guys are just superb, and really do a great job.
As well as the concert itself, the blu-ray comes with a few cheeky little extras. There is a backstage performance of 'Belief' available through download via bd-live, a picture in picture experience of all three separate musicians of the Trio for 'Who Did You Think I Was', and another feature called slow dancing on mulholland drive, although I haven't got around to taking a look at this yet.
All in all, if you want to see and hear musicianship how it should be from an artist of today's modern music scene, then this really is for you, and I very much recommend listening to John Mayer's back-catalogue... I think you will be pleasantly surprised, there will undoubtedly be a song that particularly reaches out to you.
Hope this helps :)