This is only of interest to die-hard Tangerine Dream fans who enjoy this particular stylistic phase of the band. Musically it is some of the most dynamic and emotive music ever produced by Tangerine Dream. The downside of that is that it is also some of the most stylistically derivative music ever produced by Tangerine Dream, resembling very closely a number of artists, most notably Joe Satriani.
While it only provides edited fragments of the show, the sound mix is preferable to the live album from the same tour, 220 Volt Live.
This is a repackaging of the original Miramar release titled "3-Phase", which was broadly distributed on VHS Hi-Fi, but I do not believe there was ever a DVD of the original version officially released.
In the process of removing the "Miramar" name and graphics from the program material, some additional trimming was done, most notably, the beginning of the first track abruptly cuts in on this release, whereas the original had an intro that was part of the song. In fact, I made a personal copy of the DVD restoring the missing portions captured off of my old VHS copy, but I'm just obsessive that way. It is entirely viewable as released.
The biggest benefit of this release to the Tangerine Dream fan are the fragments of archival film included in the videos for the songs "Hamlet" and "Logos".