While the 1991 World Series certainly holds up as one of, if not still the best, world series 20 years later, the quality control in terms of editing and audio will not merit the same praise. I was excited to see the bonus feature allowing the Twins radio broadcast audio in place of the CBS TV call. I have watched some games with the CBS audio and some with the Twins radio audio; most of the CBS audio is fine, though there is already at least one instance of the call being way ahead of the action for at least one half inning (Game 5). Meanwhile, nearly all of the Twins radio audio is off by several seconds, in some cases two pitches off of the action; sometimes ahead, sometimes behind, but with the available technology there is no reason they should have had much difficulty getting at least most of the audio to line up with the action. And, perhaps worse, at one point (Game 2) there is a 2007 Twins ticket promotion commercial over the call of the game. It's nice to listen to the local calls, but better to close your eyes than try to follow the video--almost nothing will line up, making a somewhat annoying viewing experience. Some games provide more pre-game coverage than others (perhaps owing to the length of some of the games themselves), but that's secondary anyway. Other times, be it to cut out copyrighted material, save time, or otherwise, there are choppy edits. Overall, worth having, but on more than one occasion it comes across as a rushed product that, perhaps, no one actually watched all the way through before putting out.