Since it was next on the list of stuff I wanted to see on the Network, I watched the Paul Heyman doc this afternoon, and man that might have been one of the best they've ever done. I loved how brutally honest it was at times, especially since the subject is someone who knows himself as well as Paul does. And unlike the Savage doc, this one had time to breathe and covered everything in detail and pretty much talked about all the things that you'd be interested in hearing about as a fan. The genesis of the phone, his early days taking pictures, his troubles in WCW. The only thing it didn't touch on was the feud with Cornette but there's probably some legal stuff there too. I really loved the contrast of all these people talking about what a great mentor and talent he was and then the constant cutting to Stephanie, who clearly does not drink the Kool-Aid, just shutting down the great points about him as diplomatically as possible. It's also great to have a doc about someone who has not just died or destroyed his life and then needs to rebuild it or is the flavor of the month or whatever. Also, finally his impressions of Kevin Sullivan and Dusty Rhodes preserved for posterity. So yes, this was tremendous.