Having listened to the DVD-A a couple of times now, I think the Elliot Scheiner mix is very good. From the opening notes of Saturday Night Special, you can tell this is a very discrete mix. Softer tracks like The Ballad of Curtis Loew and Simple Man are a little more sublime, but still very immersive. Having heard these songs seemingly thousands of times for the last 35+ years, they seem new and fresh. Ironically, That Smell, which is one of my favorite Skynyrd songs, might be my least favorite on the DVD-A. Something about it was distracting and it was the only track where the surround mix seemed forced, and maybe even a little too discrete. However, that's a small quibble on what is otherwise an excellent surround disc. Closing with Free Bird, and you realize it was made to be in surround, with guitars coming at you from all directions.
It's still hard to believe that the first DVD-A I've bought from a B&M store in years would be at a Walmart, and at $12 for a 3 disc set, no less. Let's hope there is more to come. Highly recommended if you can find it in stores. As I stated previously, the store I visited earlier in the week didn't have it in stock. When I went there yesterday, after checking the New Release section, I almost overlooked them, as the 2 copies were just tucked in with the rest of the Lynyrd Skynyrd CD's.