I've been a DT fan since '92 and own all of their releases. Previously, I had two high watermarks for their live concert videos: Metropolis 2000 Live Scenes from NY and Live at Budokan, especially the latter. I also believe that last years Live at Luna Park was excellent.
I believe that DT have released one of their best concert videos with this release for several reasons: First and foremost, as always, it is an outstanding performance by all five members of the band. Secondly, it is an excellent setlist. Not specifically because of prioritization or favor of or not of any particular album, but rather the song choices themselves and their pacing through the course of the set. And finally, the camera angles. I noticed on the Luna Park video they had started using some GoPro angles (you can see the cameras throughout the video). They have added more here. They still have mostly the professional angles, but also many GoPro angles, as well. I think the band was very conscious of what they were doing and whether there was an available angle being filmed. And I like the fact that, more than in any concert video I can ever remember, nothing crazy is missed. They use some split screens sparingly, as necessary, to show some of these angles together. But to note: one of the Professional Cameras shot a lot of very good angles that gave multiple members playing crazy stuff in one shot. I truly feel like I didn't miss a moment (visually) of any of the really good stuff. For me that's the crazy instrumentation. Besides instrumentation, LaBrie had a great night also. Although a fan of Portnoy's drumming, I was not a huge fan of his backup vocals. As with Luna Park, the live backups sound much better now with only John Petrucci doing them. Mangini's drum solo is a bit shorter than on Luna Park but nevertheless as crazy and stellar as always. All of Petrucci and Ruddess' solos are magnificent and mind-boggling, as always. And John Myung makes playing a 6-string bass look a lot easier than it is; he is a great technician. I especially liked the fact that his break in "Dance of Eternity" was extended longer than the original. All five members represent the state of the art at their particular position. Yet, DT plays more as a band than a band that technical typically would or could. It's what separated them and makes them stand out as one of the greatest Prog/Prog Metal bands of all time.
All in all, this video is as engaging as any live concert video I've seen. Absolutely 5 stars!