I watched most of it the day after I got it... it was on while I was sometimes able to focus, and sometimes distracted (welcome to my life).
It was a great night at Portsmouth. The crowd was into it, the band was on top of their game, and we had all these guys running around with cameras.
I thought the video editing was very well done, the video was certainly crisp and clear, not at all "home movie" quality. And the way the thousand little snippets are pieced together ("video choreography" ???) was very well done, I apologize that I don't know the right term. I mean they have all these cameras with all this different angles. If you watch the same angle for more than a few seconds, it starts to get boring, so they switch from this camera to that camera every few seconds. The point is that it can be done well, or it could be down poorly, and this was done well. And the audio was very well done as well, and there were no issues with synchronization that I could detect.
And let's not forget that they did it within budget constraints. What would Michael Jackson have had for a budget for a 3 minute video? Take this budget and add a few zeros.
My favorite song on the video is "The Flood". Why? I dunno, just one of the songs I like and they nailed it with a smoothness and sweetness that night second to none.