I was just thinking, they really did give something special to each country this last time around.
In America this last time around, we got the best of the band as a tight unit, the super version of Under Pressure, the only new, original song of the tour with Take Love, and Dragon Attack, as well as the most Bad Company music of the tour.
Even with the 2 shows from the earlier leg, they got to(along with Aruba) receive the only performances of Rock N' Roll Fantasy.
The Japanese got Teo Torriate, the special version of I Was Born To Love You, the most Free music, and a few occasional extra gems(Long Away for instance).
Europe, particularly Britain, got little extra more than the most 80's Queen music, but made out even with an average of 35 or so minutes longer per show, and they got the earier part of the tour when there was less of Paul and more of Brian and Roger on vocals.
That's pretty good of B, M and P to have been fair and roll it out that way.