A "Yes - In the Present - Live From Lyon Trailer (Official)" has been posted on YouTube which will provide a good synopsis of the performance if you are considering purchasing this item.
The DVD included with this set includes a full version of Roundabout and Machine Messiah but the audio is 2.0 not 5.1.
In response to the discussion on Yesfans.com about whether there were any overdubs on the album, O. Wakeman is quoted as responding:
"From what I can recall there were no overdubs on the live album.
I worked with Karl Groom on the mix for about 3 weeks in 2010. With any live recording there are going to be sections which don't sound perfect and occasionally things do go wrong. Someone might hit a wrong note or a cable might come loose. A snare skin or guitar skin can break for example.
I do remember when Karl and I were working on the album, I spent ages going through all the areas which I felt could need attention.
After checking the parts together, Karl and I decided to leave a lot of things in which weren't technically perfect but showed the band accurately and retained the feel of the show, otherwise what's the point, you may as well listen to the studio album!
If there were any sections that really weren't acceptable and had to be repaired, rather than get people to replay parts, we went through other live show recordings from the tour and utilised a part from that show in order to ensure the live feel was kept throughout."
While it does not generally add to the wealth of official live material previously released, neither does this set diminish the band's legacy: the performance is solid, the tempo has actually picked-up on some pieces in comparison to the tours just prior to Benoit David's adoption by Squire & Co., and IMO he does more than an adequate job as does O. Wakeman.
To my ears, the definitive live versions of Siberian Khatru, Heart of the Sunrise, Starship Trooper, I've Seen All Good People and Roundabout remain those captured by the BBC on the final evening of their 5 show stand at Wembley in 1978 (a show which is readily available and includes a thunderous version of On the Silent Wings of Freedom), However, for a quarter of the price of a concert ticket, this item was a worthwhile purchase for me and another great layout from Frontiers Records.
P.S. Apparently this show was recorded for a DVD release in 3D by the Swiss company NVP (Nicolet Vidéo Productions), who have previously been involved in making 3D DVD with Steve Howe. It is unclear as to when or if either DVD will see official release.