I'm a huge Red Sox fan, but this is a DVD that even a Colorado Rockies fan can enjoy. The only other World Series DVD I purchased was for the 2004 Red Sox, so my comparison is tied to that DVD.
The biggest difference I've found between the 2007 World Series DVD and the 2004 World Series DVD is that the 2007 DVD is more evenly balanced between Red Sox coverage and Rockies Coverage. The 2004 World Series DVD spent maybe two or three minutes on the Cardinals whereas the 2007 version spends much more time on the Rockies, the series they won and the players on their team.
There is less 'regular season' footage in the 2007 edition and by less I mean virtually none. I have to say I enjoyed the 2004 edition where the DVD started from spring training, went thru the trade deadline (Remember Nomar?) and then of course the 'fight' between A-Rod and Varitek. With all due respect to the 2007 season, I don't think there were as many polarizing events as there were in 2004.
Another difference, which was nicely done, was the change in narrators. The 2004 DVD was narrated by Dennis Leary, the 2007 DVD was narrated by Matt Damon. I'm not sure why a switch in narrators was done, but each of these narrators are passionate Red Sox fans.
Overall, I would have prefered to see more Red Sox footage/coverage, but how can you blame MLB for including more Rockies footage after the final six weeks that they had. For a franchise that is less than 20 years old, the Rockies fans should enjoy this 2007 World Series DVD.