Really good with the history of JCP (Jim Crockett Promotions) and early 90's WCW, but half assed on late 90's WCW - fall of the company. The match list is very good but even that could have been better considering the library they have.
Yeah, I noticed this too. I got away from buying the DVD's for a few years but picked up a bunch of them recently to update my collection. I was disappointed with the extras since I can remember earlier DVD's giving you extra matches from either the pre-show or Raw/Smackdown. I can remember a few DVDs with a classic extra match from an earlier version of the PPV. One of the ECW One Night Stand DVD's got you the whole first ever ECW PPV from the 90's as an extra disk. Now it's pretty much a lame backstage interview like you said. The DVD's have been selling at some of the lowest prices I can remember though so it's hard to complain too much but I miss getting better extras.
Had to laugh at the Punk dvd. The only people they get to comment on the biggest moment in Punk's WWE career ( the shoot promo) are Curt Hawkins and Kofi Kingston . Would have been awesome to see HHH or Cena comment on it.
Triple H says in the doc that was his breakthrough moment and his launching pad.
The doc is fantastic, which I feel is the general consensus on here. Seen it twice and its not stopping me from buying the DVD.
Just watched back Taker Vs Michaels from Royal Rumble 1998 awesome ending with Kane setting the casket on fire I can remember almost crying as a kid Taker was my hero and god you can feel it when HBK breaks his back.