Related: Peter Gabriel played the rearranged order of So on his recent Back to Front Tour, putting In Your Eyes as the last song. U2 could do something similar, and rearrange the tracks to end with, say, Streets. The difference, though, is that Peter Gabriel had apparently always INTENDED to put In Your Eyes last, and was limited, I think, by the constraints of vinyl and the way putting IYE at the end would have affected the sound of the record. Not only that, he had already released the "correct" version on CD, etc., years before the tour. So the precedent was there to play it that way. If U2 decide to change it, it will be strictly a reaction to the necessities of playing it live.