Okay, I'm watching it as I type this...
First off, the video quality is good, but certainly not tier 0 material. It's obvious this is a live recording as some of the camera work is soft and slightly out of focus. Based on the new tier ranking, I'd say it's tier 3 material. Some of the footage looks really good, some looks only okay. It's done in AVC and averages around 18 Mbps. If you have a display that has excellent CR, this disc looks very nice with the bright lights and deep blacks throughout.
Now to the good stuff... Let me be blunt and say the sound quality kicks azz.
If you enjoy this kind of music, I don't think anyone would be disappointed based on what I've heard so far. The audio is 96kHz, 24-bit, 13.8mbps. I did compare the DD track to the LPCM track, don't waste your time with DD, but see my issues with the LPCM track below.
I'm also happy to report that unlike Legends of Jazz, there's about 1.5 hours of material on this disc (rather than 55 min. on LoJ), enough to keep me happy over a bottle of wine or two.
Now the bad. For some reason I noticed I very briefly lost audio many times throughout this disc, about 1 or 2 times per minute. When I would replay the spot where it would drop, I couldn't ever duplicate the audio drop. It's almost like my PS3 was having problems processing everything and wanted to catchup. I have no idea what was going on as I've never encountered this on BR or my PS3. I'm still using the original firmware that my early machine came with, but I'm going to do the FW update soon and see if this fixes it. I don't think it's a flaw in the LPCM track as I couldn't ever get it to drop in the same spot twice, but it's really
annoying! I did switch over to the DD track and didn't have any problems. I'll do FW update over the weekend and see if this fixes the problem.
Despite the T3 video quality and the brief LPCM audio drops on my machine, the disc is still a good buy for the $.