The gig starts with a good atmosphere driven by a heartbeat rhythm which is quickly joined by keys. This is very effective. I like the track Solitude, from the studio album, it fits the neo progressive stereotype well. The multi-part vocals come across particularly well. For me the bass is on the loud side when it kicks in. This is short-lived, lasting just a few seconds.
Stop is a notable track. The keys and guitar give a good atmosphere which come across well on the DVD. The band move from one section of the track to the next, seamlessly. There are a couple of instrumental breaks which work particularly well. Rebellion lives up to the promise to liven things up and I like Can't Buy Experience. This is a good instrumental with a fantastic drum section (although I admit that I know very little about drumming!). Waiting for a Chance is a good final track.
I've seen Final Conflict live a couple of times, so knew that they can put on a good show. They lived up to my expectations. They have a good amount of energy and appear to enjoy themselves. This, together with what appears to me to be an almost faultless performance, makes this a good DVD.