Oh yeah, that Rickenbacker is so beautiful! (Well, most Rickenbackers I've seen are..)
I also think the sound was mostly great up on the gallery, very clear and detailed, perhaps slightly muddy during the loudest parts. For example during much of Gullible's Travails, a song I truly love on record, but live I think they are yet to find the best way to play it.
And I also really really liked Your Headlights Are On, ranging from noisy postrock to majestic melodies, great build-ups, great vocals, truly beautiful music! Heh, I didn't know there was a support band, so when I saw two drumkits on stage I was quite puzzled at first. Does Kenneth need a smaller one for the acoustic part? That's kinda weird… Then when I saw a girl come on stage with a tuba I was REALLY puzzled – have they brought back Jaga Jazzist?? Then I realized it was a support band
The drumstick-keys-juggle in Close Your Eyes impressed me mainly because it went something like this: Kenneth stuck one drumstick between his teeth when starting to play the keys, and when that part was over, (this next part happened in what seemed like a heartbeat) he started drumming with the other hand (where he still had a drumstick) and seamlessly without missing a beat it seemed like he played the last chords on the keys and simultaneously took the drumstick from his teeth and dove straight into the wicked drumming! Hard to describe, amazing to watch!