I was greatly looking forward to this DVD release, being a recent fan of both Steve Morse and the Dixie Dregs. I was very disappointed with the Dregs concert on this disc. It looks like it was shot by 3 amateurs with camcorders. For instance, there are some shots of Steve where he is moving while playing the guitar, and he'll move completely out of the picture, and the camera doesn't move! Also the picture itself is of lower quality compared to some recent video releases, like Satriani's live one, where the video quality is spectacular.
The venue has something to do with this, Todd's Place in New Haven is not exactly the greatest place to film a concert. But still, it all boils down to the filming, which is simply not good (jeez, the zeppelin concert DVD from 1970 has a far better picture). The sound mix was a little harsh, but acceptable. I can't understand why Steve would release this, the Dregs are great but the film is sub-par.
The good news is that the Morse solo concert on this disc is tremendous. It is filmed professionally, and the intimate performance is wonderful. Well worth watching again and again. Good job including this performance; its a real treat.
Also, the interviews with Steve and Deep Purple are worthwhile and enjoyable.
All in all, while Steve and the Dregs are great, this release could have been so much better, the film quality of the Dregs show is actually annoying at times. But, oh, the solo show is so good!!