Being in NZ we are a day ahead so I've just finished it. Really enjoyed it. Totally different perspective of John now. Much more fun and less sarcastic than I have ever given him credit for. Yoko was MUCH less a factor than we've all been led to believe. Interesting how Paul (at this stage) is kind of the default musical director. Interesting little barney he and George have where they both are struggling with that concept. The total off the cuff way the whole thing was managed, the final show, the mess that was Magic Alex they didn't realise was happening behind the scenes, the whole "Apple Corp" mess they didn't realise was costing them so much money at the time....kind of a commercial shambles that was clearly visible in hindsight. I really liked Ringo sitting at or by the piano watching Paul play, almost infatuated. At one stage he says he could watch him at the piano for an hour. One of the few actual compliments heard, struck me as nice. A couple of quick thoughts. - Interesting how they often are showing each other the chords and not quite getting it, just like every band practice I've ever been in. But amazing how unbelievably good the song suddenly is when they do get it. - It's weird to see such unbelievably classic songs developing and knowing the words and melody before they do! - George is obviously fighting some serious song writing insecurities (and to be expected) but you can see despite him introducing a couple of great songs, he is (at this point anyway) dwarfed by the combined genius (?) that is Lennon / McCartney. While it was obviously a great hands-on learning experience or demonstration of how to write songs, it must have been horrifically hard to be underneath (for want of a better description). I think they did an amazing job with the footage but am left with a slight sense of it missing the mark slightly. I totally enjoyed it however so maybe after a few days, I might retract that thought. Anyway, I'm really Interested to hear other thoughts.