Being the lifelong Maiden fan that I am, an admitted fanboy and damned proud of it, I received my copy of their latest DVD (Blu-Ray format) in the mail earlier this week and have gotten a chance to watch it a few times through and all I can say is in 2012 Maiden is still very much a relevant heavy metal band. They display more energy than bands half their age and always deliver live, and the crowds always respond. Watching this show in front of 50,000 rabid Maiden fans brought back memories of the great "Rock in Rio" show - damn those South Americans crowds love their Maiden. While many in the modern metal world may dismiss them as being well past their prime, it's certainly not on display in theri live performances. They are still, at least to me, the defining band of the Arena/Stadium metal days and always worth the price of a ticket or if one was unable to attend, the cost of a DVD. Great performance, great crowd, great video shoot with great sound. I particularly liked that they used a lot of split screen editing instead of the more modern jerky camera to camera, angel to angel switching found in many concert DVDs these days. So if you are a Maiden fan, or even if your not, it's a great concert and an example to younger performers what 6 guys with an average age of 55 can still accomplish in a live setting - kicking ass and delivering the goods. Up the Irons!!!!!!!