For this DVD Twin-Pack, I'm going to review both Volume 1 and Volume 2 separately, then do an overall reflection on the set as a whole. Also, since this is a Twin-Pack, I won't really talk about the individual matches, just the disk as a whole.
TNA Best of the X-Division Twin Pack
Best of the X-Division: Volume 1
TNA iMPACT! (10/1/04) – Six-Way #1 Contender’s Match – Kid Kash vs. Amazing Red vs. Alex Shelley vs. Chris Sabin vs. Frankie Kazarian vs. AJ Styles: **1/2
TNA iMPACT! (12/3/04) – Triple X (Christopher Daniels & Elix Skipper) vs. Sonjay Dutt & Amazing Red: *3/4
Victory Road 2004 – 20 Man X-Division Gauntlet: ***1/2
Victory Road 2004 – TNA X-Division Title – Petey Williams (with Coach D’Amore) vs. AJ Styles: ***1/4
TNA iMPACT! (1/14/05) – Chris Sabin vs. Christopher Daniels: ***1/2
Final Resolution 2005 – TNA X-Division Title – Ultimate X Match – AJ Styles vs. Petey Williams vs. Chris Sabin: ****1/2
Against All Odds 2005 – TNA X-Division Title – Iron-Man Match – AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels: ****1/2
Destination X 2005 – TNA X-Division Title – Ultimate X Challenge – Ron “The Truth” Killings & Christopher Daniels vs. AJ Styles & Elix Skipper: ***3/4
Lockdown 2005 – Xscape Match – Micbael Shane vs. Sonjay Dutt vs. Chris Sabin vs. Shocker: ***1/2
No Surrender 2005 – Special Guest Referee: Jerry Lynn – AJ Styles vs. Sean Waltman: ***1/2
No Surrender 2005 – Samoa Joe vs. Chris Sabin: ****1/4
This is actually a very good disk. You get a lot of great matches on here that really give you the taste of what the X-Division is all about. Their really isn't a match on here that I'd say is skippable, other than the bonus matches, but Three Matches that go over **** and several others that are well above *** certainly makes this an enjoyable watch.
Best of the X-Division: Volume 2
TNA iMPACT! – (4/13/06) – TNA X-Division Title – Christopher Daniels vs. Samoa Joe: ***3/4
TNA iMPACT! – (10/1/05) – Three-Way Match – Petey Williams vs. Alex Shelley vs. Chris Sabin: ***1/4
TNA iMPACT! – (10/8/05) – Three-Way Match – Christopher Daniels vs. Austin Aries vs. Matt Bentley: **1/2
TNA iMPACT! – (11/26/05) – Chris Sabin vs. AJ Styles: ***
TNA iMPACT! – (12/3/05) – Four-Way Match – Petey Williams vs. Austin Aries vs. Alex Shelley vs. Chris Sabin: **3/4
TNA iMPACT! – (2/4/06) – AJ Styles vs. Jay Lethal: *1/2
TNA iMPACT! – (3/11/06) – Team USA Three-Way Qualifier – Alex Shelley vs. Sonjay Dutt vs. Chris Sabin: **1/4
Destination X 2006 – International X-Showcase – Petey Williams vs. Puma vs. Sonjay Dut vs. Chris Sabin: ***3/4
Lockdown 2006 – Six Way Xscape Match – Elix Skipper vs. Petey Williams vs. Puma vs. Chase Stevens vs. Shark Boy vs. Chris Sabin: **1/2
TNA iMPACT! (4/27/06) – World X-Cup Tournament – Hirooki Goto & Minoru Tanaka vs. Alex Shelley & Sonjay Dutt: **3/4
Slammiversary 2006 – X-Division Rankings Elimination Match – Senshi vs. Shark Boy vs. Petey Williams vs. Jay Lethal vs. Alex Shelley vs. Sonjay Dutt: ***3/4
TNA iMPACT! (6/22/06) – TNA X-Division Title – Samoa Joe vs. Senshi vs. Sonjay Dutt: **3/4
Hard Justice 2006 – TNA X-Division Title – Senshi vs. Petey Williams vs. Jay Lethal: **1/2
TNA iMPACT! – Six-Man Tag – Johnny Devine, Alex Shelley & Petey Williams vs. Chris Sabin, Jay Lethal & Sonjay Dutt: **
Compared to Volume 1, Volume 2 just isn't as good. On the positive side, their are still a few really good matches on here, just not as many as Volume 1. Plus, the little mini-documentary at the beginning looking at the Samoa Joe/Christopher Daniels/AJ Styles feud from 2005-6 is really good. On the other hand, I think the main problem with this is that it just takes random TV matches and just throws them on there. Several Matches could have (and probably should have been) on here, but weren't for some reason's. Joe/Liger, Elimination X, any of the PPV Matches from late '05/early '06 with Joe/Daniels/AJ (Including their Ultimate X Match) and the '06 World X-Cup Stuff could have easily made this set, and it would have been a lot better.
On the whole, I think this set is pretty good. Volume 1 is pretty great, and worth getting the Twin-Pack by itself. Volume 2 has a few good matches on it, but proves to be mostly average. As a set though, I think it works, especially if you pick it up in a sale. In the end, I'd say this was pretty enjoyable.