Well, they didn't play Line of Fire (as you may think from the heading), but this was the only drawback for me (if any at all) :)
This was a night full of surprizes. From the very beginning - "Eleanor Rigby" was something that noone expected, I bet. But first - the event was in an old hall, poorly warmed or lighted, but none of that mattered. Mick Moss' voice has this unique quality to pull you from where you are and put you in a totally unique, semi-detached, out of time environment. So the venue doesn't matter.
Hands down for the audience too. When we aplauded, we did shout and cried out, and in those few seconds when any particular song was over - you could here if a feather was dropped - absolute silence. 160-170 people, and every single one knew why he/she was here and wason that "wave". But I doubt that many expected what followed.