While I've watched Let It Be many times over the years, I guess I never before wondered about the actual order that the film presents performances and recordings. The film is supposed to be somewhat of a documentary, but it clearly doesn't run in any specific chronological timeframe or even really show progression or development of songs from first run through to the end. Of course the ending of the film generally shows the best quality performances (but not always). I've searched this forum and googled around looking for a key that identifies the date or order of the scenes presented in the released film, but I couldn't find one. Has anyone ever done this analysis? I would guess that maybe Doug Sulpy and Ray Schweighardt (both members of this forum and authors of DDSI) may have this info embedded in their books or analysis. For example, Paul at the piano playing Adagio for Strings kicks off the start of the movie. Did that really happen on the first day. Heck, is the video even the actual image of Paul playing Adagio, or is the sound just dubbed in? Is the galloping version of Two of Us from one of the first days of recording (as the film would imply) or is it from much later in the month? And which scenes actually are matched with the audio recorded at the same time, and which have audio overdubbed from a completely different performance? Is there any footage in the film from the days when George has quit the band and only the other three are present? Has anyone cataloged what identifiable clothing the Beatles were wearing on what day, so we can know what day is represented by which film scene? As I viewed the film the most recent time, for some reason all this was rolling around in my head. The editing on this film is just horrible and often out of sync.