Fans of DT will not be disappointed in this new 2-disc set. The first DVD is the 2006 tour-ending concert at Radio City Music Hall celebrating DT's 20th anniversary (hence the "Score" title). A full orchestra is brought in halfway through the concert to give an extra dimension to songs such as "Octavarium, Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence (SDOIT), and Sacrificed Sons." The second DVD contains a one-hour documentary of the band's history as well as a few bonus tracks. The big surprise for me was how great the orchestra made SDOIT sound. This under-appreciated song (or suite of songs) really shows off the classical side of DT and its keyboardist, Jordan Rudess, in particular. And I don't think James LaBrie's voice has ever sounded better live. I only wish the concert contained an audio commentary track, as many of the band's previous efforts do. Regardless, this DVD is a must-have for any Dream Theater fan!