This review is for those who are deciding whether to upgrade from the videotape version to the DVD version. It's not worth it. That was the reason I bought the DVD, I already had the videotape, but was intrigued by the additional footage of Magic's comeback to the NBA in 1996. The only difference between the two is the additional 10 minutes at the end of the DVD. The rest of the program preceding the end of the DVD is the same. The extra scenes on the DVD version goes as followed: Magic announcing his retirement from the NBA in 1991 due to HIV; his 1992 All-Star Game performance in Orlando, Florida; the 1992 Dream Team in the Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain; Magic's work within the community with his Magic's Theatres; Magic's comeback to the NBA in 1996; the end. That sounds like a lot of material, but each segment was shown in minimal time, giving only a brief description of each event. I bought this DVD with the intention of watching additional footage of Magic's comeback to the NBA in 1996, but all I saw was a minute or two of interviews and game footage, too short for this DVD to worth buying to replace the videotape. The additional footage on the DVD are too short to enjoy, I felt cheated. It's almost as if NBA Entertainment put together that part at the last minute before release and didn't give enough thought and time into it. If you already own the videotape version, I wouldn't bother buying the DVD version because you are not really missing anything.