So I finally got around to watching this edit. This was a fun edit to watch. I liked most of the music selections. The amount of film "noise" and scratches etc. were not overly distracting and after awhile I didn't really notice it.
I liked the zoom in of Quint at the town hall meeting. The stutter =/repeat frames and audio, was a nice touch, and it was used sparingly and spaced out enough that I felt it wasn't overused. The USS Indianapolis footage was a cool sequence.
The two things that were worth the price of admission, so to speak, were:
1) The inclusion of the deleted scene of Quint at the music store buying the piano wire. I really don't know why they cut that scene from the movie.
2) The ending, I laughed.
I liked the DVD Menu designs and the drive-in theater transitions at the beginning and end.
As others have mentioned the narrative is a bit slow and the movie could have been shorter, but maybe that's just my short attention span and self-diagnosed ADD.
TMBTM presents another grindhouse edit taking the popular Jaws film and turning it into something unique and original. The music choices made here are all great and the shark attack set to Iggy Pops go for the throat is perhaps one of the best fanediting sequences I've seen.
The edit could have benefited being 10 or 15mins shorter as some scenes for me don't really add anything to the overall story, also the splotching effects are at times distracting and over done though it didn't in any way take away the overall enjoyment I had.
Half way through the edit it's very apparent we've cut to Jaws 2 (one has to ask why Brody would call for another expert to examine the whale when he already has Hooper around) however this is all needed to set-up what is the best ending to a fanedit I've ever seen.
Overall this is a very enjoyable edit that doesn't take it self to seriously