Set lists are a lose/lose.
Mindcrime? "We're sick of hearing Mindcrime."
No Mindcrime?" "How could they not play Mindcrime!?"
They are basically playing two set lists this tour and rotating those two every other night, which is pretty cool, and seeing as how they actually change a substantial number of songs, kind of rare thing to see.
I think they generally play a mix of what they want to play, and what people want to hear. For having only seen them in the last three years, and not having seen this tour yet (or the last one) I've heard them play over 60 different songs.
That's pretty good imo.
12/7 - Jon Oliva