This box set of 6 Opus Arte Rameau DVDs:
Rameau - Les Boreades (Paris)
Rameau - Les Indes Galantes (Paris)
Rameau - Les Paladins (Chatelet, Paris)
Rameau - Castor Et Pollux (DNO, Amsterdam)
Rameau - Zoroastre (Drottningholm Palace Theatre, Stockholm)
Rameau - Motet 'In Convertendo' · Pièces de Clavecin en concert / documentary 'The Real Rameau' (2004) (Saint-Louis des Invalides Church, Paris)
The performances are very enjoyable. Musically you know they are in the right hands when they are directed by redoutable William Christie and Christophe Rousset and performed by their own bands using period instruments. The musicians (vocalists and instrumentalists) are obviously in tune with the French Baroque style. The staging are all "modern" and imaginative, although I'd wish to have some "modern re-imagination" of the "period theater", like the splendid Lully: Atys [Blu-ray], which is my favorite French Baroque video by a very big margin.
The perspective buyers can find detailed reviews of the individual release at the above links. They are at this moment the only DVDs available for the pieces. Note however Zoroastre (the same performance) is also available in the Blu-Ray format: Rameau: Zoroastre [Blu-ray], which has sharper image and better sound tracks, revealing more delicious details of the performance.
I am surprised that nobody has written any comments on this page. -- I recommended this box set to a friend more than a year ago, and he was delighted with the purchase. I think you will be too.
P.S. If you like this box set, you will like Platee DVD as well.