I know that this DVD has been out for awhile, but I thought I'd offer a few comments. First, my only complaint - there is no 2 channel PCM mix available. This limits the ability to use many of the excellent 2 channel DACs that I have on hand. I generally prefer 2 channel to multichannel for music, because many engineers are still a bit too liberal with panning effects on multichannel music recordings. On to the good stuff..... When I purchsed this DVD I had no previous knowledge of the performance or when it was recorded. I didn't even read the back of the case, I just popped it in and watched the documentary, then the concert. I was completely blown away. As an American, September 11th certainly stands out as a horrendous memory. Watching this DVD hit close to home as I watched Sting and his band try to decide whether to cancel the performance or play on. I'm glad they decided to go on with the show. For me, Sting's musical offerings have been in a state of decline since Nothing Like The Sun. The Soul Cages album that followed was still good, but the albums following seemed to be sleepy, uninspired, meandering. This DVD performance was absolutely astounding. It certainly serves as a reminder that Sting is a tremendous talent. The backing band is one of the best I've yet heard. The jazz spin on some of his pop songs made more of those songs than I could have imagined. Quite simply, a musical masterpiece. I firmly believe that this will be one of my favorite live performances on DVD for many years to come. Yes, I love Diana Krall Live in Paris, but All This Time is one of the most inspired and inspiring concerts I have ever seen. Unconditionally recommended for all pop/jazz fans.