The producers literally hit it out of the park with this DVD release, commemorating the Chicago White Sox and their thrilling World Championship season. Most of the focus of this DVD is on the four World Series games vs. the Houston Astros, however there are nice features from the Divisional Series vs. the Red Sox and also the ALCS vs. the Los Angeles Angels (of Anaheim). Michael Clarke Duncan's narration is brilliant and the musical score is fantastic as well; both compliment the atmosphere and the dramatics that unfolded throughout the series, especially "take your breath away" moments such as the grand slam by Paul Konerko and the game-winning home run by Scott Podsednik in Game #2. A tip of the cap to the producers, who wisely incorporated play-by-play and commentary from ALL sources (including John Rooney and Ed Farmer of ESPN Radio Chicago and Milo Hamilton, "the Voice of the Astros" among others) and not solely from ESPN and FOX's game coverage. This DVD would have been an unmitigated disaster if we had to once again endure FOX's Tim McCarver and Joe Buck's incessant moaning and groaning about all of the "bad calls" that the Sox were able to "benefit from" (which was suspiciously downplayed when Jason Lane of the Astros hit his "alleged home run" off of Jon Garland in Game #3, but I digress). The player interviews are excellent, as well as the use of the wireless player microphones throughout the series. I also enjoyed Sox infielder Willie Harris' "play-by-play" from the dugout in the bottom of the 6th inning of Game 4, as well as the pregame footage of eventual Game #3 hero Geoff Blum (talk about catching lightning in a bottle!), not to mention the comical moment from Game #1 when manager Ozzie Guillen extends his arms to signal calling in "Big Guy" Bobby Jenks. DVD extras are plentiful and enjoyable as well. Long story short, any White Sox fan will cherish this DVD as a keepsake from a most magical season.