Check out a: Good Philly Phish Review... which I read on the net, and written by some guy named Bart.
Here's a bit:
"This band is doing just as they have always done, which is whatever they want to
do, ignoring reason and consequences, and along that journey, even at this stage of
the game, there are bound to be some pitfalls. They're right where they are supposed
to be, onstage, taking chances, both conscious and unconscious, and if the kid in
Section 302 throws a hissy fit because Trey couldn't hit the high notes in "Talk",
even if he hasn't played it in five years, then too fucking bad. You want to be
moved? You want to experience the religion of it all? Then shut your little mouth and
take this one like a man."