The concert content/set list was a great diverse mix of old and new material, and Rob Halford's singing is better than when he first re-joined Priest. This is as good (but not better, IMO) as '82's Priest in Memphis.
About the only complaint I have is I don't like abrupt cutting from one band member to the next, which in the over-all big picture is not a big deal at all, but personally for myself, I like when they spend a good amount of time on one shot. And Richie Faulkner is a great guitarist, though I really miss KK Downing.
Bottom line: Priest still put on a great show. This is a good record of Judas Priest's showmanship and live performance. Enjoy!