The next Queen DVD, "Live at Wembley" (note, the "86" has been dropped) is set for release June 9th in the UK. US fans need not worry as the disc should be released in America as well ("Greatest Video Hits 1" was released the same week in both countries) but to my knowledge, a specific US date hasn't been mentioned. The DVD's details have been seen here; http://www4.cd-wow.com/detail_result...duct_code=5500 Disc 1: Tracklisting: 1- One Vision 2- Tie Your Mother Down 3- In The Lap of The Gods 4- Seven Seas of Rhye 5- Tear It Up 6- A Kind of Magic 7- Under Pressure 8- Another One Bites The Dust 9- Who Wants To Live Forever 10- I Want To Break Free 11- Impromptu 12- Brighton Rock Solo 13- Now I'm Here 14- Love of My Life 15- Is This The World We Created 16- (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care 17- Hello Mary Lou 18- Tutti Frutti 19- Gimme Some Lovin' 20- Bohemian Rhapsody 21- Hammer To Fall 22- Crazy Little Thing Called Love 23- Big Spender 24- Radio Ga Ga 25- We Will Rock You 26- Friends Will Be Friends 27- We Are The Champions 28- God Save The Queen Disc 2: Road To Wembley: Brian and Roger interview 2003 Gavin Taylor (Concert Director) and Gary Stickles (Tour Manager) interview A Beautiful Day - Rudi Dolezal's backstage documentary about the whole day including interviews and nostalgic footage Tribute To Wembley Towers - Tribute to the Stadium, including timeslapse demolition set to 'These Are The Days of Our Lives' Wembley Unseen Friday Concert Medley - highlights of the previous night's show Rehearsals Picture Gallery Queen Cams - 4 Songs Multi-Angle One Vision Under Pressure Now I'm Here We Are The Champions On these songs it will be possible to watch the performance of a specific member of the band. If you want to watch Freddie only, select the Freddie Cam. There are Roger, Brian and John Cam's. Audio: DTS 5.1, and though it's not mentioned on that web page, likely a PCM stereo track (like the other Queen sanctioned DVD's.) Also note that the web page says the DVD will be 1.33:1, either that's an error or Queen Productions have changed their stance on releasing DVD's 16x9, regardless of OAR. So, the *entire* concert, a generous helping of extra features amounts to one hell of a Queen DVD. Can't wait to see it.