Don't know how many Marillion fans there are around here, but I thought I'd share some thoughts. I received my order from across the pond containing Shot in the Dark and A Piss-up in Brewery this week, and finished checking them both out tonight. Shot in the Dark is a concert film, with performances from three shows intercut with interviews and musings from the band members. The performances are great, but the sound and picture quality are so-so at best. The video (presented in non-anamorphic widescreen) was originally shot for a VHS (released back in 2000, I think), and is very soft. I don't think the picture is all that important, but there it is. The audio track (DD2.0), however, is very disappointing. The volume level is very low, and the sound quality ranges from good to somewhat muffled. As I said, though, the perfomances are great. Highlights: "Easter," "Sugar Mice," and "Afraid of Sunlight," and, if you wait through the end credits, a cover of "Abraham, Martin, and John." Also included are several extra tracks, some from the shows in the film, others from in-store and fan club gigs, including a great version of "The Great Escape." Other extras include the EPK for marillion.com and some mildy amusing interview out-takes. Because of the sound quality, I'll recommend this only if you're a pretty big fan. In the insert for A Piss-up in a Brewery, there's a note that explains the video was shot for internet broadcast and not intended to be released in DVD (this one is full-frame). Looks fine to me, but there only two, maybe three cameras. The sound (again, DD 2.0) on this one, though, is fantastic. This was a very informal, semi-acoustic show; lots of audience interaction and joking around. The perfomances range from very good to simply inspired. The version of the Fish-era "Sugar Mice" is gorgeous (inspired me to change my signature). Other highlihts: "Go," "Beautiful," and a cover of Crowded House's "How Will You Go." I'd recommend this one to any Marillion fan, or anyone looking for an introduction to the band. Despite the problems with Shot in the Dark, I'm pretty happy with both DVDs. These are Racket Records releases, and are only available through the official Marillion website.