I've had my Dex and Coltrane Icon DVD's for a couple of days now and they're both great.
Dexter on Lady Bird, shot in Belgium '64 is the most massive toned thing I've ever heard. It was the cut that made the disc and it was recorded in the studio as opposed to a live club setting. Dex is blowing like the best of what you've heard on the BlueNote's.
Coltrane disc had stuff that I'd seen snippets of in the past and I bought the disc to see the '65 clips. I wanted to see Trane how he might have appeared live in his last years and it didn't let me down. The whole classic quartet was on fire. I had seen some of this in short clips and I'd alway wondered what all that smoke coming off of Elvin was from, it turns out the concert was held outside in some really chilly weather. It solves a mystery for me, but the affect with Trane, Jimmy and Elvin putting off steam and the music they're creating makes it look like a concert that was going on in hell. These guys were intense, like a fire and brimstone preacher intensity.