A great concert, but it was interesting to me how the video and audio at times seemed subtly out of sync. Rather than a technical defect another reviewer suspected, I'm GUESSING (don't sue me) at least some of the audio, including vocals and guitars, was re-recorded in the studio after the fact, and it doesn't always match up perfectly. Look and listen closely and you'll see (unless I'm imagining all this) what I mean. I noticed part of at least one guitar solo clearly different than what you're seeing played. Most of the time it's less obvious. And the audio seems, at times, to be a little too clean, overall, for a live show. There's a guitar solo at the beginning of "Deja Voodoo" by Don Barnes that appears to be truly live and you can hear the difference in sound quality between this and much of the other audio. This type of "sweetening" is probably pretty common. Eddie Kramer, Jimi Hendrix's engineer, spoke at the Experience Music Project in Seattle earlier this year and told us of an EXTREME example of this. The concert performances used to record the classic "Kiss Alive" album were so bad they stripped everything off except the drums and completely re-recorded it in a studio! I'm not saying that was the case here, of course. As I said, it's a great show and I would recommend the DVD to any fans of 38 Special!