Very interesting warts-and-all documentary. Two-parter. 1st one infinitely more interesting than the second - and a lot less acidic. Early live footage and Ronstadt stuff really cool. Super tight proficient band w/ 2 guitars, bass, and drums. I wish Glen Frey wasn't from here. I wish Bernie Leadon was. Very together, couldn't-give-a-crap guy. Loved his playing. Never took junk from anybody. Frey got Felder out of the band and is STILL mad at him. His retelling of his ultimatum to Felder is an old, angry rich guy who still has to be in charge. Henley comes across much better. By the end of it you realize that at any time in their history if they were given an ultimatum that they'd have to replace any of their fellow band members or Irving Azoff - Joe Walsh and the others should be nervous - Irving was a member of the troika. Everybody else was expendable.