The main extra was a scant, 2: There was also a slip cover, a pop shot recap, and a slideshow as the extras. Mason, James Avalon, and Alex Ladd handled all the camera work but Mason herself was in charge of Art Direction and other decisions here, the camera work complimented by the editing credited to Lake Manor Post very nicely. No one was credited for the aural components but they seemed capably handled, the scenes starting with some tease to new age music before the minimal vocals were all the sounds heard. The lighting was strong though and there were no obtrusive company watermarks planted continuously on the screen, the primary focal point of all four scenes being the two pairs being featured in each. The bitrate was decent and the stereo audio was about the same as always, a healthy balance of camera angles and varying distance shots giving the scenes better replay value but few of the explicit shots Mason is known for in her harder gonzo efforts.