Stockwell does a good job staging the action scenes, however, especially a tense moment when a doctor carrying out the "vaccination drive" used to track down Bin Laden visits his heavily armed compound. I also liked how the SEALS' impending arrival at the Bin Laden compound is portrayed, which Osama's fighters (including some family members) being gradually awakened by the sound of approaching helicopters.
At just 90 minutes in length, Seal Team Six is briskly paced, and features excellent production values for a cable-TV film. The scenes set in Pakistan were filmed over the border in India, and the CGI effects are quite good considering the budget. Overall, it's not bad - but it doesn't set the bar for Zero Dark Thirty too high.
Technical Info: The Blu-Ray video quality is very good, with remarkably little graininess considering how much of the film is set in the dark. Sound, however, is not so good - during some scenes set at the CIA, the dialogue is so low that I seriously wondered about turning on the subtitles. I'm not sure if this was a directorial decision or if something was lost in the transfer to Blu-Ray, but it's annoying either way.
The only special feature is a making-of documentary - but it's 45 minutes long, for an hour-and-a-half movie!