Anyone else pick this up yet? I just finished watching it, along with a lot of the supplements (only listened to snippets of the commentary). The documentary itself is a little uneven, although maybe that's the point. I wouldn't say it "documents" the tour at all, although you do get a good sense of how they interact with one another, especially in close quarters. It's more like a handful of funny occurences that went on behind the scenes are documented, such as Scott's obsession with his robot dog, Scott's cancellation on Conan O'Brien (followed by Dave & Kevin's usurping), Dave's Lasik surgery, etc. Of course, there are snippets of the actual on stage performances as well. It's funny (very funny at times), and interesting, but I do have to wonder what might have happened had Foley had a different editor. Oh well. There are about 20 minutes of bonus footage: a funny & informative clip of the guys doing phone interviews, a clip of Kevin eating soup to Ave Maria (yes, you read that correctly), a little behind the scenes time with the sight gag character 'Bellini,' and actual footage from Dave Foley's Lasik eye surgery (not for the squeamish). I haven't listened to the entire audio commentary, but I have listened to the clips featuring Mike Myers, Jason Priestley & Matt Stone & Trey Parker (these snippets are accessible separately through the menu). I won't spoil the joke by saying why, but Stone & Parker's ~ 3min segment was hysterically funny, at least to me. Shot on video (digital video?), the DVD (from a company called VSC - Video Service Corporation) is presented at ~1.78:1 non-anamorphic widescreen. If you're a fan of the Kids, don't let the non-16x9 status of the DVD stop you from checking this out. The aesthetic quality of this production is NOT one of its selling points. The audio is 2.0 stereo, and it can, at times, be difficult to discern what is being said. That is certainly not the DVD's fault though, just the nature of documentaries. It runs 86 minutes. Nonetheless, even with reservation, it's worth seeing, even owning. Of course, if you live in Canada, I imagine it'll be showing ad nauseum on The Comedy Network since they're one of the backers. Discuss.