First of all, I should say that I'm extremely happy to have this concert documented in full, unlike the DVD version which is cobbled together from various concerts. This was a fantastic concert - I know because I was there. It took place at the Grand Olympic Auditorium, and it wasn't really advertised as part of the tour. In fact, I remember finding out about it in some offhand manner, and it felt sort of a like a secret show just for fans. As you can see from the video, the place wasn't packed to the rafters, but it was definitely full. And the crowd was very enthusiastic. One of the other reviewers felt that the noise of the crowd had been dubbed in, and although I can't prove him wrong, I can definitely say that there was a roar. With properly placed microphones, I'm sure they could have recorded it, maybe pumped it up a bit. As to his comments on the lack of women in the audience in spite of their presence on the soundtrack, I can say that there were lots of them at the show, less so on the floor so maybe the microphones were placed in the balconies. I did find a bootleg audio recording of the show, and the women could definitely be heard.
Now, here's the bad news: the crowd may or may not have been dubbed, but Manson's vocals definitely were. And poorly. Not in the sense that he didn't sound good, but that the syncing was off. At times, a note would extend after he put the microphone down, and at other times, full lines were sung with the microphone at his side or held out to the audience. I found it somewhat distracting, but maybe others wouldn't even notice. I don't remember him sounding bad at the concert, and the bootleg bears this out. I can only guess that there was a problem with the audio, and perhaps this is why the original DVD was cut together from several concerts.
The good news is that if you can get past the dubbing, it is a great representation of a Manson concert when he was still in his prime. It looks fantastic on a 52" HDTV and, dubbing aside, sounds great (through headphones, that is - I don't think the neighbors would appreciate it at the volume I'm accustomed to). It's a must for fans and also for anyone wondering what all the fuss was about. He might not be your cup of tea, but he is a great performer with songs that actually mean something (this album/tour came out right after he was blamed for the Columbine massacre, and he deftly places the blame where it truly belongs - on gun-obsessed Christian society). I would have given it five stars if not for the dubbing issue.