Picked up this DVD the other day, and I have to say it's really well done. Kind of like a biography with running commentary from Keith, but extremely well produced and fascinating. The interviews with Jack and Gary at the end were also very illuminating in terms of perspectives on trio playing. Highly recommended. What's amazing is that the technology has gotten to the point where the audio is pristine, and the video quality is so good that in some ways it's almost (notice I said almost) better than being there in some ways because you can freeze frame and slo-mo the passages showing the bassists and learn a lot about technique. I expect some flames for this last, but I hope most will know what I mean. Watching NHOP in slow motion the other night really showed me how that three-finger thing he did works. Next up: The Universal mind of Bill Evans. I seem to have caught DVD fever lately, and will be looking for all of the best bassist DVD's I can find since there aren't really any jazz players in the immediate vicinity I want to study with. Strange, but I'm finding the DVD's very inspiring lately...which is good, because there are so many out there. What are some of your faves?