Just saw them last night in Lawrence, KS and you are in for a treat. Their stage presence is fucking amazing, just the way they all sway to the music as the play in unison. The guys in the band were so nice when I met them after the show - they even helped me track down the other band members afterwards. It was one of the better concerts I've been to in a while, and I would absolutely love to see them again.
In regards to why I live wax better - the physicality of it, being able to see the artwork the way it was meant to be, it's much larger and you usually more in depth in the way that they design it. I also love the way a record actually looks - there are so many variations in color, and the way the needle sounds when it first makes contact with the record is one that you will not get with any other medium. Best of all, I love the sound that vinyl has. I prefer vinyl over any other format because you really can tell a difference when listening to it. I seem to always find new things in terms of sound when going back to an album that I've only heard on CD or digitally. When I go to shows anymore, I only buy vinyl, I've been starting to collect albums in vinyl since Christmas, and my collection has been growing larger and larger since.