Red flags to note:
-This documentary was not approved by the Deftones
-No music featured in the documentary is from the Deftones
-Even though this set was released in 2013, the DVD is actually from 2003 and the audio CD is from 2004, so you'll only be getting info up to their self-titled album.
On the DVD:
Immediately, I did not like the narrator. The company that produced these discs is called Chrome Dreams, who are based out of the UK, so the narrator was a British female. Her voice didn't fit for this doc at all. The second thing I disliked was the break up of the documentary in "chapters" where it would keep interrupting to show you the chapter title, with some awful guitar distortion in the background that sounded like it was mocking the Deftones sound. Very amateur and looks like something I could make at home on my DVD burner. Thirdly, any music included in the documentary seemed to be from some local band who is in no way similar to the Deftones, but hey, they needed SOME music to put in there, so they just threw that in. The way this was done reminded me of an old VH1 documentary from the early '90's and the person who put it together was on their first day of the job. Any facts that I learned from watching this documentary were not worth the price I paid. I LOVE the Deftones and I was very excited to purchase this set as I am a hardcore fan, however, even for us hardcore fans I have some advice: wait for a Deftones approved, REAL documentary.
On the CD:
I have yet to listen to the audio interviews, but they are from the same UK based company and, again, were not approved by the Deftones for release, so I am not expecting much. Anyone who has already purchased the audio disc is going to be upset if they purchase this set, as it has the same CD. The CD is called "Maximum Deftones" by the way.