Well, I’ve read through all of the other reviews, and I’m not sure that any of them except for the first even come close to doing this set, no pun intended, justice. First, I’ll start off on the Seattle show, since it’s the earliest dated. Great quality, excellent stage setup, and they make it fun by slightly altering the lyrics in some songs to make jokes, as in “Seek and Destroy”. I personally liked this show a lot better than the others because it was released before the black album and has more of the classic stuff that they never play in full anymore (like Blackened and …And Justice For All to name a few). Next, the San Diego show. Yes, James playing the drums was interesting, and to tell the truth, he isn’t that bad at them. My guess is Lars gave him lessons sometime. Kirk Hammet gives some top-notch guitar solos, including one where he plays it with his butt. You read right, he takes the guitar, puts it behind him, and rubs the strings against his butt. The scary thing is, he actually makes it sound good, like he actually practiced doing that ahead of time. Lastly, the Mexico City show. 3 cds, the longest show in the set, but definitely worth listening to. My only complaint with the collection is how in the San Diego and Mexico city shows, how they cut “Master of Puppets” short, stopping before the guitar solo interlude. Aside from that, a complete masterpiece, showcasing how powerful of a live band Metallica really is. It also contains many of their forgotten classics that they don’t play live anymore, such as Fade to Black, Last Caress, Blackened, and Whiplash. If you’re a fan of the old Metallica, and for some reason don’t already own this set, I highly urge you to buy it, although I recommend the dvd version only due to the fact that it’s cheaper. And some of the complaints (pages falling out of the book) have been fixed; the entire book is under the special features in dvd disc 2. Either way, it’s worth every last penny that you’re spending.