PETER JACKSON confesses he can't stop watching it - and I'm not surprised!
Shoot-out in Cardiff, the official video and DVD release by Town covering their play-off promotion to the new Coca-Cola League I, is 90 minutes to treasure for any fan.
Starting with the demoralising scenes at Cheltenham after Town missed out on automatic promotion from what was Division III, it features every emotional moment of the play-off semi-finals and final and the glorious celebrations which followed.
Much of it is unseen footage from Sky Sports and Yorkshire Television, whose presenter John Shires has produced a fascinating record and who interviews Jackson throughout on all the key issues.
"I will never forget it," says Jackson, beaming with pride.
"We played 46 League matches and our fate came down to one penalty kick to decide which division we were in.
"The scenes were incredible. I will never forget it, the players will never forget it and the thousands of our fans who travelled down to Cardiff will never forget it.
"I just felt proud even leading the team to the stadium and seeing just a sea of blue and white outside with all our supporters.
"And then to achieve something in less than a year back as Town manager, after all the ups and downs, made me feel so proud.
"It was simply wonderful and people are proud to be connected to this club again."
Shoot-out in Cardiff features some tremendous footage of Town's supporters - the most striking being three tiers full of Town fans at the Millennium Stadium during the lap of honour.
Jon Stead is rightly featured, with Jackson adding: "He still felt a part of it all even though he is playing in the Premiership for Blackburn Rovers.
"That shows what a wonderful kid he is and he deserves a lot of credit - and it proves to the other kids in our dressing room what they can achieve through hard work."
Commentators John Helm, Chris Cooper and Ian Crocker cover all the match action, with Jackson describing Rob Edwards' decisive semi-final goal as "one of my best moments in football".
It was surpassed, of course, in Cardiff, where extended highlights of the final conclude with every nerve-jangling moment of the penalty shoot-out.
When Lee Fowler scores, Crocker's incisive commentary really hits home.
"He's scored and Huddersfield Town have done it!" he roars.
"They came with hope and leave with belief after a quick return to Division II. When Peter Jackson took over there were only eight players turning up for training.
"Now, the last word on this season is Huddersfield Town!"
* Shoot-out in Cardiff is available from the Stadium Superstore at £11.99 for the video and £15.99 for the DVD.
It's well worth it!