This review really should be four and a half stars as having the chance to go through the studio itself is a fabulous experience for fans of older rock and country as well as newer bands. (U2 recorded part of "Rattle and Hum" there.) Our guide was friendly, funny, and seemed very knowledgeable. The only two drawbacks were parking and the size of the tour. There IS parking in the back of Sun Studios but no signs to direct you and no direct entrance from the street. You have to go past the building, turn onto another street, and come up the back way. That isn't really a problem, but we ended up having to call and ASK where the parking was located, and, in a rush to make the tour time we wanted, it was a little inconvenient. Also, the upstairs room of Sun Studios where the tour starts is a tiny place. So many people were allowed in at one time that quarters were cramped, which made it hard to see all of the exhibits as the guide referred to them. Don't let those little things deter you, though. If you are a music lover, you will definitely appreciate the "feel" of this place. It is well worth your time and the cost of admission.