Pretty sweet track-listing. It looks like they tried hard to not replicate Bullet in a Bible. Kinda wish they spread it out among a few more shows, though--would have been cool to see at least something from the Massachusetts date.
PS: Is anyone else a bit tired of people ripping on the last two albums when that person's record collection is loaded with radio-ready rock music? I can see people who listen to nothing but Ramones-core, speedy pop-punk, etc. hating the last two albums, but most people just seem as though they're on the bandwagon.