...P>The first disc is a bit awkward, with "Round the Wheel" getting off to a VERY shaky start - they leave out the "waiting for the snow to fall" verse the second time and instead segue into Trav's cowbell thing from there. This version of RTW, however, though it takes time to grow on you, redeems itself with an excellent fusion-style jam and a rockin' climax worthy of high praise (note how Keith mixes up his bass solo at the end a little). "Best Feeling" has some interesting guitar and keyboard effects but also an overlong jam that transitions into a hoppin' version of "Daryl," with "My Way" and "Yo Se" rounding out the first disc. Disc 2 plays host to great renditions of "Shine" and "Mouna Bowa" and ends with "Howard," which including applause is just barely able to peak 20 minutes. Most of the second set's highlights come on the third disc though, the main one being a 14-minute "Jellyfish" cranked up on some major acid (especially funny in the middle where Billy doesn't think the hot girl's name was Alice and instead goes through a long list of other names it could have been). "How Mountain Girls Can Love" and "It Is What It Is" aren't exactly the set enders I'd want to hear, but you can't have all the nice things you want. In conclusion, come for "Mouna Bowa" and "Shine," but stay for "Round the Wheel" and "Jellyfish." Definitely worth your dollars.