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Yes, there is an issue with the drums being low in the 5.1 mix which is a shame (I haven't listened to the stereo mix) but the rest of the sound is, I think, very good. Big Al's guitar is very loud and clear and actually sounds live (listen to the first notes of "Limelight" and you will know what I mean) and there is a nice bass rumble. I think the back stage and off stage scenes are excellent and really add to the concert event. I, personally, love their videos and was a bit concerned that two of them are listed as extras and none are listed on the track list. It's great to see the boys enjoy themselves, even Neil. The Clockwork Angels String Ensemble really add a new dimension to the music and it's nice to see them really enjoying themselves. There are some good scenes with Alex and Geddy interacting with them during the show. Top class guys. The light show has been filmed very well, especially the second set. The extras are okay. Good documentary but a bit short. My only criticism, if that is the right word, is that the concert version of "Limelight" is not included. "Limelight", for me, was one of the (many) highlights when I saw the show in Glasgow. Overall - it's Rush and they are, as always, STUNNING.