This 2 blu-ray set contains some great documentary performances and special features. The picture quality (considering the age of the source material) is good. Unfortunately, the audio track is a let-down. This is obviously a low-budget affair, but I wish Jon Brewer had invested a little money and added some compression to his soundtrack. As it is, the volume level jumps up and down from interview clip to interview clip and from performance to performance. The ambient background noise also varies greatly on the interviews. Some sound as if the speaker is in the room, others as if they were recorded in an airplane hanger. The listener must constantly adjust the listening levels to follow what is being said. Some subtitles might have been useful as well. The narrator, Slash, often appears out of his depth and is obviously reading from a script. Some of his pronunciations suggest that this is the first time he has heard of some of the musical icons/influences he "praises." Frankly, an artist of Hendrix' caliber and importance deserves better.