I enjoyed this show very much. Despite a bunch of technical problems (mostly having to do with the mixer at the side of the stage, like the sitar and acoustic guitar being too low at first or stage monitors humming), for me this was a great show. It's hard for me to be too critical about these things, but Steve and the orchestra performed the whole setlist (encores included), with so much energy and passion, and the audience responded very well, I think. Apparently, the orchestra was having a bit of a rough time at soundcheck with a couple of sections on Velorum (especially some of the rhythm parts). It was not a matter of playing the right notes, but rather a matter of playing them with the right dynamics and the right length. It was funny, because during the show, right after that song was over, Steve was happy and told the orchestra that it had come out better than at soundcheck.
Then not only is the setlist so great, but there are a lot of moments where Steve will add some guitar-fairy-dust, so to speak. Actually there are a lot of those moments, and they change every night, that's why it is so great to see more than one concert, if you get the chance. Towards the end of the show, even though the audience was sitting, a lot of people stood up and reached the edge of the stage, cheering on Steve and the orchestra. It was two solid hours of great time, and I'm grateful that I had the chance to be there.