I grew up in the musically bankrupt 80's. Where every band had the same drum sound and same bad haircut. So while my friends saw groups like The Flock Of Seagulls I was out seeing all the 60's and 70's band's that were reforming because in most cases their careers had picked up by their catologs being put out on CD for the first time. All my friends would say "those guys are so old". To put this in perspective most were in their low to mid forties (yea I know but that seemed old when your 15). I saw Emerson Lake and Powell and a couple of years later I finally saw Emerson, Lake and Palmer. They were amazing. Actually got to see them twice. Well here we are around 20 years later and they get together for one last show. First off the sound is only Dolby Digital. It sounds good but why would they not take advantage of the much higher audio rates that you get with blue ray? The show is good. Cool light show, fireworks the whole bit. The performance is really good but not great. For three men in their 60's they really worked hard but time always takes it's toll. Greg Lake's vocals were great but had trouble hitting high notes and holding notes (that I think has more to do with how heavy he is now). Keith Emerson plays a few less notes then he use to but Carl Palmer was right on the money (you would think the drummer would have the hardest time). Good set list and like I said a good performance. Also ELP has finally put out a DVD / Blu Ray with good sound. So over all it is totally worth getting. But I do hope they call it a day. I can't see them doing a tour at this point that could live up to what people would expect. So "Welcome back my friends the show has finally end". Thanks for the ride and the memories Carl, Greg and Kieth.