Yep, if memory serves, they did reunion tours for both Parallels and Inside Out. So I wouldn't be surprised if they did some sort of live package that includes both of those tours in one big thing like they are doing with AWG.
Probably another four or five disc set featuring that era performing those records. I hope so. That would be pretty cool to have. Although to be honest, I love Theories of Flight and really enjoyed the show I saw on the Darkness in a Different Light tour, so I am hoping they do a proper live release at some point.
The thing about these live releases though...YouTube, I think is killing the probability of them. I mean, I am sure Metal Blade is making a little bit, otherwise they wouldn't do it. But I have had a couple of guys talk to me over the last several years that rep other bands in the same genre, and both said that while fans love the live releases, they simply don't sell because of YouTube, which makes it an unattractive idea to a lot of labels and bands nowadays.
So when I see stuff like this huge AWG package come out, it makes me happy, because I love live stuff. But they now (it seems) have to go over the top with the different packages (vinyl, colored vinyl, books, etc.) in order to make it attractive to most people to buy. And even then, I doubt it'll sell huge.
For the huge bands, it doesn't matter. I mean, Muse doing a live record, Foo Fighters, Metallica, etc., those will sell. But for bands like Fates Warning, it's sorta a bummer, because I'm not sure we'll get a normal "live record/Blu-ray" of a modern tour because of the sinking profitability of that. They need some sort of landmark (AWG, Parallels) in order for it to sell, and even then, it's not a foregone conclusion that it will.