I don't wanna sound negative here but I like playing The Devil's Advocate . If you compare the SE dvd against it's Australasian Top 20 chart competitors on the DVD market place like George, Something For Kate, Kasey Chambers, Silverchair & Regurgitator it does come up a tad bit weak.
The SFK DVD has about 40 separate clips of live and studio versions as seen here: http://www.hmv.com.au/v4/product/dvd.asp?sku=849776
The reason why I'm comparing these two bands is that Neil Finn is listed in the SFK website as a their favourite. Plus Split Enz ARE FAR MORE successful band than Something For Kate yet there DVD manages to be 4 hours in length and IMHO a far more superior and diverse track list on DVD compared to SE.
I don't wanna criticise the SE DVD. I'm sure a lot of hard work has gone in it. But my gut reaction is how can a less famous & commercially less successful band like SFK spawn a mighty list of tracks on 1 dvd?