without Internet Explorer,
in 1280 x 960 resolution
This truly is one of the best live things I've ever seen... it has one flaw in it, but, it's just epic.
Well worth the wait of over ten years for this...
The Sound and Video have been massively improved, and it shows. Listening to this concert in 5.1 for the first time blew me away. From the opening of Churchill's speech, right through to the last bit of Sanctuary, and the crowds reaction that follows over the end credits, this thing had me enraptured. Not to mention the bits that get chopped for the CD that were in here had me in stitches, Bruce Dickinson proving himself to be an excellent showman, as well as just a great voice.
There were flaws though, and the main one being that, whilst the CD was mainly recorded on the 4th night, the Video was all done on the second, so quite a bit of the spiel that you DO know from the CD is different, as much as it's blatantly obvious they tried to do as much as possible in exactly the same way. This however, is minor, and I'm just nitpicking because I, among many, many other fans, pretty much know the CD verbatim, and to be thrown off a little tends to spoil a bit of the fun.
The only other real flaw wasn't with the production or sound at all, even if I personally think that the guitars could have been mixed a little better. No, the only other noticeable flaw was Dickinson himself. For some reason, on this night, he just couldn't hit those notes properly. Still, since he spends most of his time arseing about on the stage like some deranged lunatic on Acid, you hardly notice, especially when you get to hear just how good Steve Harris and co really sound when put under pressure.
Highly recommended for ANY music fans, though, obviously fans of the band will get the most out of it...