I reeled in a few more DVD's this weekend:
Guns N Roses live from Tokyo (1992): First off, I see why so many people say that GNR isn't good live, Axle Rose just isn't a good live signer. AQ & PQ were average or below average. Overall, not recommended.
Kiss - Kissology Vol 3 1992-2000: I bought this one because it states that the '92 show was where the Kiss Alive III alive came from. Well the concert performance isn't nearly as good as the CD. The vocals were really undershot for most of this show and they must have boosted them when putting the CD together. This is basically a boxed set and some of the other shows had much better SQ. However, the 4 CD set has them performing basically the same songs over and over. The Kiss unplugged section was pretty cool and original. Disc 4 has 1973 "collectors edition" video of a concert. This is truly "collectors edition" because there is absolutely zero professionalism to it. It appears to be a basement party, or a small dark bar/venue where the recording was done by a guy holding a cheap videocamera in the back row. If you're die hard Kiss, it's pretty cool. Overall I give the DVD a grade of: C.
Norah Jones & the Handsome Band (2004): I really liked this DVD. Norah is awesome live, the band and the PQ/AQ were also excellent. The set list was pretty good. I give it a solid A-/B+.
Alice in Chains unplugged (1996): Everything about this DVD is top notch. AQ is "reference" material IMO. PQ is very good as it's a small well light stage and the camera's are plenty close. The set list is very good. This is well deserving of an A IMO.