For around about 10 bucks you're getting close to six hours of classics matches, spots and promos from late 1997-late 1999 on Monday Night Raw.
While the first disc's main feature runs at about an hour and covers a decent range of subjects, the extras on that disc confirm that that whole period was all about Austin, and there's no denying the sheer force of that character in that era. Credit to him, Vince was handling things so well back then, long before his ego took hold and his senses left him in 2001.
The second incarnation of Degeneration X is the focus of volume 2, as once Stone Cold got the title for the first time things got less interesting in that respect. That said, the McMahon family stories from this period were an awful lot more tolerable than they would be as they crept into nearly every PPV in 2000, and dare I even say...exciting. Undertaker's infamous "Where to, Stephanie?" makes no fewer than three appearances on disc 2 of this set, welcome as ever.
The reason this comes as highly recommended as any of Silvervision's PPV Tagged Classics is that Raw was always a forum for slightly askew situations (a tag team match for a singles title and seriously mismatched mid-carder/top drawer encounters being amongst the strangest) and this is a good, no, great, hang on, INDISPENSABLE collection of great memories and all those little bits in between the monthly events that you rarely get to see.
For wrestling fans, and nostalgists like myself that care that little bit more about the character interactions than the physical ones.