I am really glad that the NFL has released the all-22 film for 2011 and 2012, but I have found lots of editing mistakes that seem to indicate a lack of quality control on the NFL's part. I tried watching the 2011 Ravens @ Patriots playoff game and it just has chronologically inaccurate plays spliced in multiple spots for some reason. I told their support team about it as well as other errors I have found in the past, but they haven't fixed them. The 2012 week 11 SF @ CHI game doesn't even have the endzone angles included in the film, it's basically wide angle all-22 condensed, which is actually a nice mistake on their part that I enjoyed watching. I think you should be able to select 1 angle or the other if you want, but that's just me. There is so much more that they can do with the film, but I really question how many people actually watch it. I get the feeling that many fans are so use to watching just a part of the game as shown on TV that they don't care to see the whole field and when they do watch it, the lack of sound is too foreign and it's too hard to see the ball, not to mention how hard it is to digest everything that is actually going on even when seeing each play twice. This leads me to believe that quality control and improvements to the coaches film experience are not a big priority for the NFL. Which isn't good enough in my film room junky opinion.So please if you find editing errors in the coaches film, broadcast, or condensed versions please post them here. Any other thoughts on the coaches film are welcomed too, it's the biggest innovation in watching the NFL this century and it isn't getting enough attention.