Anyone else own this one? I got it for Christmas, and I watched the biography first. I'm only on the second track of the concert, but the playing of everyone (not just Oscar) made me sit up and listen a lot harder -- these guys are fantastic. Frankly, I can't get enough about learning about my favourite musicians. The biography on Oscar Peterson was AMAZING -- inspiring, pretty scary (I want to play music professionally), and, most of all, deepened my respect for him immensely -- the man's stayed clean his entire life. EDIT: I'm a little farther ahead in the concert now, and there are some spectacular solos. You can really tell that the guitarist likes Metheny -- in one of his first solos, you can hear fragments and licks from stuff off of Bright Size Life. The only complaint I have about the whole thing is that the guitarist (playing a Les Paul) left his strings uncut. This irritates me beyond belief -- it's just one of my huge pet peeves, especially in jazz -- but then again, I'm just anal retentive . There are lots of close ups of the players, and, more importantly, their hands during solos. Great filming, but I'd like a little more attention paid to the drummer...otherwise, this is a GREAT dvd -- especially for the cost.