Yep, I have the Floyd Pompeii vid, it's pretty . I couldn't pick between Zeppelin and the Stones, so I didn't vote. I saw the Stones once in Syracuse, NY a few years ago on the Bridges to Babylon tour. I'd say it was vintage Stones, they all pulled together well that night and the sound and props/visuals were quite decent. Never got the chance to catch Zeppelin live, but I did see JPJ with his band in Boston-Dec. 2001, when he opened for King Crimson. Imagine that...a Zep opening for ANY other band. It's downright disrespectful! Other shows I've been to: Allman's, Yes in '77, '91, and a couple years ago, Santana 9 or 10 times, Def Leppard, Ray Charles, B.B. King, Neil Young, Pretenders, Buddy Guy, Spyro Gyra, Dylan twice, Elvin Bishop, Jefferson Starship (got Paul Kantner's autograph and a copy of that show from him that was burned "live" - right from the mixing board that night), Gov't Mule (about 2 months before Allen Woody died), etc., etc., etc. Also partied some with Leon Wilkeson (Skynyrd's bassist) in Nashville, the weekend of June 4th, 1977 - at an all-weekend gig there on Percy Priest Reservoir. During a long break, I actually got to play a few notes on his Gibson Thunderbird through the PA stack...and holy shit, I almost got blown off the stage from the air pressure! That one rated a "w00t!" for sure, but was just 4 1/2 months before the Skynyrd plane crash. Leon died July 27, 2001. R.I.P., man!!