Invincible was the public release of select pieces from their earlier "industry only" releases. It is a shame that they didn't stretch it to a double album to incorporate all the great tracks that were omitted. However, it is a brilliant cross-section of their work. As stated in the subject, search for "epic music" on YouTube and you will find dozens of videos put to music from TSFH, AudioMachine, Mark Petire and many other modern classical and neo-classical composers. It was after a BBC World advert that I first got the bug to hunt down "who wrote that music ?!?!?". The answer was TSFH, and I haven't looked back. If I was to have a grievance, it would be that even if you buy every one of their public releases, you will not get everything. Awesome music for listening at work on good headphones!