I agree with the original poster. U2 without a doubt will play it safe right down to a tee with no deep cuts or b-sides. The only deep cuts you can expect are the ones of the JT itself (side 2, and RTSS) and that will be it, so just enjoy them.
Sorry to be a downer, but I learned my lesson over the years always hoping U2 would mix it up more, but it never happens and never will. It is just who they are.
They may have every intention of doing so, but when it comes down to crunch time they get cold feet. Remember the whole 2 nights, 2 different shows fiasco. I do, got burnt big time with that lie. Just hope they follow through on playing the whole JT album for all shows and not start dropping some off if they feel crowd not into it.
Expect an onslaught of the U2 big guns throughout the night, whether it will be before, after or mixed in with JT depending on how they decide to play it.
So expect the usual suspects like -SBS, NYD, Pride, Bad, Desire, Angel of Harlem, AIWIY, One, Mysterious Ways, Beautiful Day, Elevation, COBL, Vertigo etc.
They will play the usual I Will Follow, Out of Control and Maybe Electric Co. thinking it will satisfy the hardcores.
Believe me there will be ZERO chance of them cranking out songs like Surrender, Drowning Man, A Sort of Homecoming or any other deep cut. It has the same amount of chance of happening as the 2 different nights on the I&E tour.
As much as this sounds negative, believe me I still pumped up for Toronto, just to hear finally again songs of side 2 of JT (assuming they keeping it in the setlist by the time they come here).