I first watched Ken Burns' Jazz (2001) series back in about 2004 and enjoyed it. But I wanted to go back to it, so I'm watching it again these days. It holds up well. I was just wondering what people thought of it. The narration is really good (I mean, the voice of Keith David). The eras are well represented, and I like that although the film (rightly) focuses on the artistic high-points in the emergence of the music, it also doesn't ignore the commercial end of it and pays tribute to the "pop" stars of jazz. Wynton Marsalis can be a little overbearing at times with his studied erudition and his blues-based-everything view of jazz, but he is a necessary commentator. He gets a lot of airtime. Thoughts?