Finally got a chance to go see the legend myself and took my parents and wife with me, and those boys are still putting on an absolutely incredible show. Frank has slowed down a little bit and has simplified some of his fill work, but drumming is hard as heck on the body and the songs have no less drive because of it. But, Dusty, and of course, Billy are still in prime condition. And most importantly, they're still having a ton of fun together and with the crowd. They were fist bumping and doing weird little handshake things after nearly every song, messing with each other, telling jokes and stories, and screwing with the crowd. This has been my only chance to see them live, so obviously I can't compare to any real experience, but overall it seems these dudes are almost in a second golden age vs most of their contemporaries just trying to, usually poorly, relive their long gone glory days. Anyone else recently see the Lil' Ol' Band From Texas and get the same impression? Also, does anybody know much on Billy's touring rig? He played almost the entire show on a single humbucker T-type from Bolin and they had stacks of Magnatones on stage, but there was definitely some kind of controlled fuzz going on and it sounded like possibly a couple of different amps being switched between. I haven't seen much from him regarding his touring set up in recent years, but my google fu might just be weak. But man, his tone was unbelievable. Sound guys were also doing an excellent job, props to them. Long story short: go see ZZ Top if they come around your neck of the woods. They are putting on a great show right now!