The album is superb of course, and I'm not going to comment upon this, as the other reviews here do a fine enough job. The bonus dvd with this limited edition version is disappointing though. It clocks in at just 13 minutes, and although you get some insight into the concept behind a couple of the songs, and the album as a whole via interviews with vocalist A. A. Nemtheanga, which are pretty interesting, it seems to lack the quality of the dvd bonus materials that were present of the reissues of the back catalogue on Metal Blade. There is also some rehersal footage of the band in full flow, but the sound quality is pretty poor compared to the cd (inevitable as it's a rehersal I suppose). Maybe we've been spoilt in the past, but there seems to be minimal point to the dvd, unless you are a completist.
The packaging is gorgeous though - a six panel digpak, with booklet, all enclosed in a beautiful embossed slipcase featuring different artwork to the standard edition.
Overall then, 5 stars for the music & packaging, but just 2 stars for the dvd, hence the 4 star rating. Mind you, at time of writing this edition is the same price as the standard cd version, so you might as well get this one.