I bought TB2 Live on video when it came out, and the sound quality in HiFi Stereo was very good, and the live version is a lot better than the original studio version, which for some reason, sound dull in parts. Upon seeing the release onto DVD along with TB3 thrown in, I thought what a bargain. Because both of these concerts could of been released on 2 seperate DVD's and generated a lot more money from the fans. And I was even more impressed when I picked up the DVD in HMV and read that the recording was in Dolby Digital 5.1. I rushed home stuck it on, expecting something fantastic. But I soon learned the 5.1 soundtrack was as extinct as the dodo bird. The only bit of 5.1 throughout the entire 2 concerts, is right at the end of TB3, well at least it comes out the back speakers then. I was very dissapointed. The engineers responsable for this DVD should be taken outside and shot, for this reason alone. To me this is false advertising, and personally, I think this DVD should be remasatered with a 5.1 track if at all possable. However the sound quality is good, but no better than the original video, it's just stereo. The picture quality is very good, hence the 4 stars I have rated it. Had it been done properly in the first place it would have got 5.1 stars.