First up, this is very good. Secondly, it’s (probably) not worth buying.
Allow me to explain. There are only ten songs on the DVD, and the only real extra is a photo gallery that you’ll likely only look at once. Therefore the overall running time of the disc is on the slender side.
Now of the videos on there, some of them are all-time classic best video ever-type material. Ms Jackson and Hey Ya being the obvious examples. But also, these are or have been some of the most overplayed videos on the Music Television Channels - meaning that people who have the Cable or the SKY TV will really never want or need to watch them again. Conversely, if you only have the terrestrial TV and have only seen two minute clips of this stuff on TOTP or CD:UK, this is an essential purchase and you should buy it today.
For the hardcore OutKast fans, a chance to see the earlier stuff shouldn’t really be passed up either. But I would imagine a hardcore fan would have bought this on the day of release anyway.
For a casual fan, you’ll probably already know the best stuff here, but I suppose it could be a good taster, to see whether you’d like the older albums or not. And you can always watch to see what other bands’ videos stole Outkast’s ideas (D12’s Purple Hills being similar to Bombs Over Baghdad and Big Brovaz Nu Flow being The Whole World part II).
But overall, this is more the sort of DVD you’d watch at a mate’s house, than the sort of DVD you’d buy yourself, if you know what I mean. So buy it if you’re the sort of person who people come to your house to watch stuff :)