Yeah, I agree with the "not new songs" on the setlist points --- while they are lovely (and somewhat redundant) for us, there are many more people 'back in the world' (haha, pun) who haven't been out to hear his music live yet. In fact, I can imagine those people specifically after hearing TYL/Babylon/Sail Away saying, "OH!! HE wrote that song?! THIS GUY?! Hell yeah!!" ... Like everyone I know.... And better yet, even I am getting tired of Babylon - THE song that inspired me to do anything musical for pleasure (reppin' it oldschool in my gigs since 2002). It makes sense - do a promo tour (like the LISM tour in early 2005)...dump a lot of new music, and then drop the singles that "everyone" knows and loves...or depending on your view, covering his musical bases for the lesser exposed fans. Needless to say, I'm sure he wants to be bringing in more new fans to the actual tour in a few months! According to everyone whose heard this new music, it's pretty freakin awesome!! So beyond that, the reviews are fantastic. I'm glad everyone's digging the new stuff! If there's a new setlist that i'm excited for this year, it would be the list for the official Mutineers tour. But let's not ignore the excitement for Boston and the second coming of the world-famous Grayheads.