I have also lost interest in live albums.
If each of these CD's had been from different eras, maybe I would have been tickled by this offer.
I can see the idea behind this though, as the playfulness in the band really bloomed in how they often improvised and jammed during the shows.
Especially Rick added quite a bit of humor, like inserting "Yankee Doodle Dandy" in "Roundabout" as in a bootleg I got from a Yestalker years ago.
But seven CD's with the same setlist is not for me. I prefer to listen to the studio albums.
This is for the hardcore yesnerds and I guess I'm not one of them, much as I love Yes.