I actually got a kick out of Honor Invades Boston on DVD. I think that was the first time I got a good look at Christopher Daniels. He's just a HELL of a guy! I would start with either that or Era of Honor Begins.
Proper planning prevents piss poor performance" William Regal
I haven't seen a RoH show just yet, but if you want an expert's opinion, I'd suggest visiting Rolling Germans wrestling. Justin Baisden has reviewed just about every show there is and he'd know which one's worth picking up.
I have heard many good things about Honor Invades Boston...of course I ordered it from RFVideo 3 weeks ago to be delivered via Priority Mail, and it's yet to arrive. I don't know if anyone else is having a problem with them, but I definetly won't be ordering anything else from RF. It's sad because I wanted to give the money to RoH rather than some bootlegging tape trader, but if the service sucks this bad, forget it.
If You Had to Sleep With Stephanie, You'd Look This Mad Too
Of Course, That's Just My Opinion, I Could Be Wrong...
I've only seen their first five shows, and out of those, I'd say that "Road to the Title" is damn good. My pick for best of the bunch. Of course, they're all awesome, and all worth buying. RFVideo charges a shitload of money for them, but they're worth it. Trust me.
See Spanky, before he got treated like a jobber and a joke in WWE!!!
You thought watching Thunder was bad? Raw is like watching Thunder in re-runs.
I voted for Mutoh/Hase as match of the year. I thought it was even better than Mutoh/Tenryu. In the retro category, as I've mentioned here before, the greatest tag match I've even see was Mutoh/Chono vs. Hase/Sasaki from around Novemeber of 1991.