I was very impressed by the Angkor Dynasty show. The staging, music, choreography, story line, and performers were all fantastic, and I would gladly pay even more for better seats and see it again. My only concerns were that it was not possible to select my actual seat before hand. The website won't allow it, and I had my hotel concierge call to try and get them to slot me into a specific seat in the price range I selected. After I got to the theater I understood why: There were HUGE tour groups (nearly all Chinese, and some Korean) pouring into the theater. Here, it was clear that the tour groups book huge blocks of seats and fill them with their own people. So I was stuck over to the side and had less-than-ideal views. Not sure how to get around this, and it is a definite problem for people attending the show who are not in a group. Also, depending on where you are in the seating configuration, it's difficult to see the words on the screen, which tell the story in 4 languages -- Khmer, Chinese, Korean and English. But the show itself is AMAZING, and I highly recommend not only seeing it, but also paying extra for the top dollar seats to get the best views. I also wish they had a DVD of the performance that could be purchased, as I would have gladly bought it to bring home with me and watch over and over.