I was able to pick up the full DVD tonight, thanks to a rare occurrance of a local retailer jumping release date for a change. I thought I'd offer a mini-review for anyone interested in picking up this DVD, which will be released Dec. 10. The total run time is 2 hours, 56 minutes, including documentaries. Audio is available in uncompressed PCM, as well as Dolby Digital, although so far I haven't been able to get any sound off the Dolby Digital track. Very strange. I'm picking the DD track via the button on my remote I've never had a problem like this before, but maybe you have to select the track from the menu some how. Not that it matters. The PCM track sounds fantastic and is definitely the way to go since it's uncompressed. The audio commentaries work fine and are interesting so far, as are the mini-documentaries. The DVD's menus can be confounding to navigate until you get used to them (highlight the director's name and hit enter to play the video, or highlight the odd-looking icon next to the director's name for the video with audio commentary). Thankfully, for the main videos on the DVD, there is a "Play All" option. The DVD comes in a double-DVD Digipak with slipcase, similar to the one the "Elevation: Live from Boston" DVD came in. This is a single-DVD release, with the second DVD tray reserved for the sampler DVD that came packaged with the "Best of 1990-2000" CD. The two DVDs compliment each other in the case, but if you don't have the bonus disc that came with the CD, it'll look odd to say the least. The picture and sound quality of the videos is mostly excellent throughout. The only time I noticed any problems was on videos where the source material was deliberately poor quality (for example, on the video "Last Night on Earth"). The bass is deep and solid on the PCM track. This is a DVD that can be turned up loud! The bad news is, despite a revealing mini-documentary about why there are three videos for "One," only two of the videos are included here. The one omitted, sadly, is the minimalist video featuring the buffalo running in slow motion and flowers. I'm hoping it's hidden somewhere as an easter egg, but I'm not holding my breath. I'm also disappointed that "Elevation" and "Walk On" are nowhere to be seen, and I'm hoping they are hidden as well. All that said, for the price, this is a must-have for any U2 fan. Don't hesitate to pick this up!