Intro Blackened Fuel For Whom the Bell Tolls No Leaf Clover Frantic Kirk's solo #1 The Unforgiven Disposable Heroes The God that Failed Rob's Jungle Essence > Orion Welcome Home (Sanitarium) Sad but True Battery Wherever I May Roam Melbourne Nothing Else Matters Master of Puppets One Enter Sandman > Frayed Ends of Sanity jam The Four Horsemen Seek and Destroy > Let There Be Rock outro AUDIO QUALITY: Above average, there is a bit of distortion on the recording. The levels were maybe running a bit too hot. Low crowd noise, which is always nice. Nice bass, but just the distortion on the high end SOURCE: unknown mics > unknown recorders TIME: 130 mins DVD QUALITY: Decent enough video. Shot from above looking down. There are some fairly good close ups. This also has the three audio tracks, one audience, one Live Met, and the third a matrix of the two. Nicely put together, and enjoyable show. Too bad it's missing the first part. DVD SOURCE: Master > DVD AUTHORING: Leglessmoof CORRECT SHOW: Yes, a lot of references to San Jose FLAWS: The DVD cuts in from God that Failed on.... BAND PERFORMANCE: I think the band was happy to see the end of this tour, not so much because they were sick of touring, but because they had survived the tour after such a rough time the past few years - Jason leaving, James in rehab, etc. etc. Just watch Some Kind of Monster DVD if you are new to Metallica. Surprisingly there are no end of tour jokes or pies in the face like previous tours. Certainly a different Metallica this time around. The screen capture I got I think says it all. I would have to say that the 2003/2004 tour was one of my favorites.