First things first : you nééd a DVD-rom in your PC or Mac to play this DVD. If you have a standard DVD connected to your TV, you will ONLY be able to see the video's and the electronic press kits.
The DVD-video section of No more Video contains all eleven video's of the band, as well as some short video documentaries of dEUS, and an unreleased video of Worst Case Scenario (don't expect too much from that). Very nice, all the video's are of course in maximum quality, what you could expect from a music DVD, basically.
The special bit about this DVD is in the PC-section, where you can move freely between article scans, quicktime video's (mostly backstage or live footage), and even a few obscure mp3s of some old demo's and b-sides. Everything is done with a good eye for detail (ignoring some of the clumsy navigation from time to time), there is not a sign of self-centered idolising in here, and there's the feeling there is a LOT to explore. Particularly compared to previous DVD releases of other bands, No more Video scores big points for its structure and size.
While this DVD is in its own right a lovely archive, this wining boy would have expected even more. On the DVD is an archive of what the band itself has been collecting, while they could also have knocked on the doors of tv- and radio stations, their thousands of fans and other press to gather a really impressive archive. But that'll be something for the release of dEUS' second DVD, when the band releases its second singles compilation and Tom Barman needs money to feed his three kids and produce his fifth feature film.
If you have got a DVD, there's no excuse not to buy this disc. If you haven't got one, now's a good excuse to finally buy one.