I don't care how much music snobs sneer at them, KISS has always been a total guilty pleasure and dear to my heart. Granted, they're not as exciting to me as they were when I was a pre-teen but damn, these guys had an amazing string that lasted well into the non-makeup days (yes, I enjoyed The Elder). Say what you want about what marketing whores Gene and Paul are, they definately know when to step up and give the fans precisely what they want. For under $20 (retail is $30 but t's on sale nearly everywhere this week) you get four legendary concerts that have been classics on the bootleg circuit (Winterland '75, Cabo Hall '76, Budokan '77, The Summit '77) as well as frequently mentioned, but rarely seen television appearences such as them on In Concert, The Midnight Special, Rock Concert, Paul Lynde's Halloween Special, The Mike Douglas Show and so on. The quality on some of these items isn't always the best, but this is thirty year old footage that mostly was only available as bootleg before. In typical Gene $immon$ mode, there are three bonus discs, I normally don't shop at Wal-Mart but I got the set there instead as I considered the 12 song nearly hour long Largo 12/20/77 show perhaps the best considering the length and era. The video quality of this "bonus disc" actually blows away 99% of the stuff on the official set. If you don't like Kiss, don't bother, but if you've ever been a fan, this is Heaven. I hope after this set does well, that more artists will release similar DVD sets raiding the vaults of oft-discussed footage that 90% of the fans have not had access too.