Not a bad DVD at all, although it certainly has its flaws. Two of the three concerts on the DVD show the band in huge venues, which really helps capture the energy In Flames brings to the stage, and shows how they feed off the crowd's energy. Besides the three concerts, the DVD comes equipped with bonus material, such as the requisite sound checks, as well as music videos from Soundtrack to Your Escape, as well as short documentaries and interviews. Where this DVD isn't so great is that the setlists are EXTREMELY Soundtrack to Your Escape-heavy and are missing a few classic In Flames tracks in the setlist, although the band does play some older material from Clayman, The Jester Race, and Whoracle. Further, one of the concerts is filmed in a small club, and the band looks suffocated on stage, and it shows - for it being the highlight show on the DVD, the small club atmosphere doesn't bode well for In Flames. Overall, I do feel that this DVD is a very nice introduction to the band and their newer material, while also having some neat information, interviews, and other behind-the-scenes material as well as also seeing some of their older songs being played in a live setting, such as crowd favorites "Pinball Map" and "Moonshield."