John McDermott précise en quoi la réédition 2011 du DVD diffère de l'édition de 2002 :
McDermott: With the Isle of Wight show, we were introduced to Reliance MediaWorks by Murray Lerner, who filmed the original concert. In Murray's original film, there are "roller scratches" which show up as blue lines on one of the cameras he had shooting the film. It's prevalent in "Spanish Castle Magic" and "All Along The Watchtower" - you see these blue lines pop up on the screen when they cut to one particular camera. This restoration company went back to the original source and was able to repair it, which was very exciting. We said, "Let's put this out again." It features Eddie's original mix created when we put it out on DVD in 2002, but this new version features a visual restoration. The other new thing we did was create a "special features" thing called "A Second Look." Using the angle button on your remote, you can see different angles of the performance. We also did it with the "Live at Monterey" DVD. Instead of seeing the edit that was prepared, you can see what was being captured by the live cameras. Murray also found that one of his cameras had captured the performance of "Hey Joe," which we had not put in the original film. We felt it didn't make sense to include it in the main feature since it was only filmed with one camera, but fans should be able to see it.
Source : Experiencing the Hendrix archive with John McDermott