I am left speechless. After purchasing this DVD and putting in my computer, me and my buddies sat down to watch this music masterpiece. With an awesome set of 5.1 speakers here, some widescreen LCD goodness and a few bottles of booze, we ventured into the realm... And HOLY FUCK. The concert starts out with a heavy hitting song, The Root of All Evil. Immediately you are drawn into this heavy metal atomosphere full of the most perfectly timed and exectuted vocals and instrumentals you can imagine. Soon viewers are taken back to the beginning of Dream Theater's career with a song from their demo album, Majesty. The journey continues with songs from each of the band's studio albums, including an unreleased MASTERPIECE named Raise the Knife, which was recorded for the album Falling Into Infinity but didn't make the cut. We are then taken to the heart-shattering The Spirit Carries On. And you know what, it's all in preparation. Back in 2002 the band released an album named Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence, a two disc album of which the second disc contained a single 42 minute song. Well, that song is played here, with an ORCHESTRA. It begins with the overture and proceeds through the entirety of this saddening song about mental issues and humanity's treatment of afflicted people. I should mention the sheer effort every member of the band put into this show, it's a display of endless talent that should always be remembered in the name of progressive metal. After Six Degrees, the band performs Vacant and The Answer Lies Within, and then proceeds to Sacrificed Sons. In this song, you'll see Jordan playing two keyboards at once, including the ever so elusive Continuum Fingerboard. The finale is composed of the mighty Octavarium and Metropolis, although we stopped the DVD here because we had to turn the volume low (late night, in apartment building). Deciding we're not going to watch it "quietly" we put it off till tomorrow night, so I'm gonna post and let everyone know how those two songs, being the finale and all, turn out. Anyways this has been the single best concert I have witnessed, be it live or on DVD, and if you like any sort of metal and especially Dream Theater you owe it to yourself to check this out.