I bought this on saturday. It's a double-DVD set covering the band playing the "Trilogy" of albums, 1982's Pornography, the tour of which saw bassist Simon Gallup fight with Robert Smith and quit the band, 1989's Disintegration (during the recording of which founder member Lol Tolhurst was fired) and 2000's Bloodflowers, in their entirety in Berlin. it's a pretty intense concert- as explained in the interviews in the 2nd DVD- reliving the emotions of the times of the Pornography album and tour- the stage is gloomily lit, and the band members rarely smile, unlike other Cure concert videos in which the doomy songs were interspersed with lighthearted pop songs. Simon Gallup uses a variety of basses from the different periods- a Rickenbacker 4001 for the pornography set, the custom black Knight semi-acoustic (from the Wish tour) for the Disintegration set, with a Musicman Stingray for one song with dropped-D tuning. a Gibson Thunderbird for the Bloodflowers set, with an Epiphone Jack Cassady sig. for a D-tuned song (plus "The Kiss" in the encore) he also plays a Fender Bass VI sparsely on one song. one criticism is his tone when he uses distortion is a bit ratty- I thought he got a much better distorted tone in the 1992 "Show" video. his clean tones are good as ever, and it sounds like he's got some kind of synth effect mixed in on "the loudest sound". as on other Cure live videos it's great to see exactly what bass parts are going on, as on some recordings the bass is buried eg. on the Disintegration album- the bassline for "Untitled" can be heard clearly for once.