Maybe I'm just biased cause I author DVDs and edit for a living. Perhaps I'm too judgemental. But what you get here is a very poorly made DVD. The packaging is really nice, I'll give it that, but once you play the disks you begin to realize that this disc is strictly amateur hour. The menus are okay, if a little excessive (you have to go through about 10 chapter pages to get to the special features on the 2nd disk).
Here is the real kicker though: it's sold as a "2 Disk Set!" but this is really a cop out. You see, there are a few different ways to author DVDs. There is DVD-5 (which is the size of your average DVD-R) and DVD-9 (which is dual layered, and double the size). This is a 2 disk set authored on two DVD-5s, which means they could have only done one disc and fit the same thing they are offering here.
This would be all fine, if the picture quality was good. But it's terrible, it is extremely low-bitrate and is so because they had to jam a lot of footage onto a DVD-5, so they had to make it look really bad to make the files small enough to fit. This is not even VCD quality! It's so bad (I've only seen worse quality on the Dark Tranquility Live Damage DVD).
The actual performances themselves are decent, except the sound is awful (very poor 5.1 mix) and the low picture quality causes any flashing lights or darkness to pixelate horribly and distort the picture. And this is metal. There are a lot of flashing lights and darkness. To top everything off, the audio is mixed way too loud (to 0db! - most DVDs sit between -12db and - 6db) so you always have to turn your receiever way down from where it is normally set to watch a disc.
Worse than any of this technical stuff though, is that I was bored while watching it. There are no titles to speak of, nothing to discern between songs and bands besides chapter points. The edits are all rather slow and the cameras very rarely move. Plus for some reason they edited together shots of the bands tuning and everything that should have been dropped to have a good moving live show.
I do not recommend buying the disk. The expensive price is due to the expensive packaging (cardboard fold out digipak) and not the DVD quality. It's bad, but at least I now own a performance of Dillinger Escape Plan's "When Good Dogs Do Bad Things".