Disk One: The British Steel remastered edition is my favorite, the previous version I have is on vinyl. The Red, White & Blue track is out of place since it does not relate at all to the British Steel album. The audio is fantastic.
Disk two, which is the audio soundtrack of the live DVD minus the Prophecy track. This is my second favorite since the audio is also very good.
Disk three, the DVD concert, has fantastic footage but is lacking in the audio quality at high volume levels. There are only two choices for audio: Dolby digital 5.1 or Stereo. With Dolby digital 5.1 the voice is strictly out of the center channel only. The sound level is noticeably lower then with the audio sound track (Disk 2). With other DVD concerts I own, I am able to turn up the volume and recreate the live concert effect in my family room. With this DVD concert I can't come close to the volume levels of the live concert. I would prefer a DTS audio option and a boost in sound level so that I can feel the thumping of the drums in my chest.
Since I was at the Chicago show of this tour, I noticed that Rob's voice was reaching higher octaves but in the DVD concert he wasn't able to quite reach the same. I know that the DVD concert was at a different venue but I just wanted to voice my observation.
Overall this collection is a great value for the money, even the concert I attended was very affordable, so I applaud Judas Priest for not gouging their loyal fans.