First off, if you are looking for a feast of classic Maiden material, this set focuses moreso on more recent output by the British Heavy Metal legends. Their most recent platter, The Final Frontier, occupying generous minutes. While many essential classics are there, if you are looking to relive the glory days of yore, pick up the Flight 666 disc instead. If you are like me, you don't mind seeing the lads take a few turns you have not seen before. "Talisman" in particular showing that Bruce can unleash his epic vocals with more power than ever.
In glorious high def the band is showing its years apart from Bruce, who leaps around the stage with no sign of slowing down. Shot with a multitude of cameras and epic space-themed staging in front of a massive crowd, the quality is top notch. But really, all Maiden videos are like this so really, its meeting expectations. Nothign could ever top the Rock In Rio disc with 200,000 people.
The band puts out live videos almost every other year so if you are not sure you need yet another one, you might want to pass. I picked this one up since I wanted to see the band in high-def and for that it was worth it. If I only had a DVD player, I would have given this one a miss.
With the set comes a slew of bonus materials which I have not bothered to watch. I find band interviews mostly boring and am not interested in the behind-the-scenes work that goes into putting on a (albeit massive) Maiden tour.
Great quality here. If you have not seen the band in high def or are keeping your Maiden collection completely updated, you cannot go wrong here.