If you already got the Extended Versions, then I don't see any reason why you should buy this, because this is basically the same concert, only this time, you got couple of bonuses, but really doesn't worth your hard-earned money.
Now if you haven't got the disc, let me tell you why you should avoid this album. First of all, Cinderella is one of my fave bands and I think they have released a very good discography, but after "Still Climbing", basically they have done nothing to the community but throwing live CDs and compilations for some dollars. If my math is right, I have counted almost 10 greatest hits/live albums including this one and how many more is coming out ? I guess if you have bought "Live at the Key Club" in 1999, then it's more than enough.
Second of all, Tom Keifer sounds exhausted, a bit lazy, and unable to hit the peak notes anymore, not to mention he ran off-key couple of times. Several songs eventually needed to be tweaked from the original studio version by the band just to fit his voice.
Third of all, the production value is decent and probably because they're trying so hard to adjust a balance mix of the crowds' cheering and the bands, the overall sound tend to wave at times.
Good news is the band still playing tight, looks like they rehearsed enough, and the setlist is satisfying, they played almost all hits that people wants to hear. I still think their career ain't over yet but what I'm afraid is they've lost the passion of making a great new music anymore and a long endless greatest hits tour is the first thing they have in mind, it's a shame because they got the talent, and as a fan, I demand at least one or two memorable albums before they close the book for good.
Bottomline, this album is definitely only for completist and die-hards. If you're new to the band, I suggest you to go for "Long Cold Winter" or "Heartbreak Station" first.