Yeah, I kind of agree, Wesbeat. I started talking about it last night in the tour section. I am so sick of the audience shots. I mean, it's nice here and there, to see the emotion on people's faces. But I think they went overboard. Right when I was really getting into Macca and the band, they'd switch to the audience. Got kind of annoying to me. I taped it, and watched some of it back last night before I went to bed. It didn't seem as bad the second time I watched it, but overall, not very impressive to me. Well, let me rephrase that. It's a way better concert special than someone like N'Sync or Barry Manilow, but for Paul McCartney, I thought it was a LITTLE unimpressive. See, when I watch Paul McCartney specials, a big thing that I'm thinking about is how it's gonna come across to the "casual fans" and the general public who may not know much about McCartney. As well as the stupid critics who have been criticizing Paul for the past 20 years. And to those people, I think maybe the special dropped the ball a little bit. I think it all really has to do with the editing. I mean, obviously they couldn't show the whole DVD on ABC. But I agree with you, Wesbeat, on certain points like Getting Better. Man, I was really dissapointed that they didn't show that. And then, ONCE AGAIN, (just like back in '93) network television cut off right in the middle of the last song. (I Saw Her Standing There.) I also agree that the production was a little too "slick" for my tastes. "Up Next: Blackbird, Let It Be, The Long and Winding Road...." Man, I just wanted that announcer to shut up! They did the same kinda thing with the live special from Charlotte in '93. And it always bothers me when these shows show these celebrities in the audience. I know it's taken from the DVD, but still. Like Jack Nicholson and Sly Stallone. I mean come on, like they really own a copy of Driving Rain. A possibility, but I doubt it. I think the main thing that downgraded the special is the editing. Yes I know, they had no choice. They couldn't show the whole DVD on television. But like Wesbeat said, some of the editing was just a little off to me. Something just didn't seem right. Anyway, I still taped it. And I'm sure I'm still gonna watch it enough times. Still some great performances. Just my opinion.