I love, love, LOVE the rock medley. It's a lot of fun, and the transitions between the songs work really well (especially the moment when the Jailhouse Rock bassline pops up). Why Me Lord is sort of a missed opportunity. It could have been one of his live masterpieces had he sung the whole thing. The versions that we have are good, don't get me wrong, but it's really the choruses that sell them. The studio version of How Great Thou Art doesn't do much for me, but I have yet to hear a live version that I didn't love. The dramatic arrangement is fantastic, and as Mark said, HGTA invariably brought out the best in Elvis. His vocals on this song are almost always the highlight of his shows. Help Me is a solid song, and again, Elvis always seemed to sing it well. I probably prefer the live versions to the studio version, though they're all wonderful. Any version of An American Trilogy is going to pale next to the Hampton Roads version for me, but this performance is solid enough. I actually prefer it to the MSG and Aloha versions. Let Me Be There is always a joy to hear. I know some people hate the idea of Elvis covering ONJ, but I honestly think that his discography would be poorer if we didn't have the live versions of LMBT and If You Love Me (Let Me Know). LMBT is particularly effective on this album, coming after a pair of serious songs. It helps to mix up the mood.