What made this enjoyable for me was that all the musicians seemed to be having fun performing with each other. That's not something you see in every concert recording.
Carlton was showing his mastery of the instrument, and there were plenty of close-ups where you could see what he was playing and how he was doing it.
Much of Lukather's playing was what you'd expect - flashy and hot - but there were several times he showed more of his jazz chops, which was a nice change of pace.
Not to slight the rhythm section - they were tight and excellent performers, and did a great job holding down the tunes while the headliners did their stuff.
A nice evening for the jazz-rock fan.
I thought this was at the bottom of the barrel as far as Jazz DVDs go. I really couldn't watch it. I've seen local video recordings of kids theater programs that were better. The second song was a solo on keyboards (at least the beginning 30 or more seconds were - I didn't stick around to watch it all) which seemed odd to "slow things down" so early in the DVD - and with a keyboard number on a video that highlights guitarists. When they finished recording this I can't imagine they said "this is good stuff - let's release it on DVD". Yikes!