I'm by no means a sound expert but I'm skilled enough with some copy / paste / merge tools, I made my own version of the suite with the songs connected.
I'm curious the most the way the Repentance > Shattered Fortress transition will go live, if after the end of the spoken section the song would start the way DT started it live in 2014, or if they go for a straight punch with the entire intro skipped in favor of the fast, "real" start of the song... the way I did it.
I believe I posted a file on here at the DTF once that showed off the inter-song transitions that I made up for my personal remix of the 12SS. For Repentance-TSF, I used the stems from the box set to create a unique intro for TSF. After the final note of Repentance, after I think 6 beats, I started with just drums doing the opening riff for 4 bars, then entered the bass for 4 bars, then the guitars as the actual start of the song. It creates a nice tiered and staggered opening, which quaintly opens with Mike pounding away at the slightly faster 6/8 from the end of Repentance.
It'll be interesting to see how Mike does his own transition live, though I'd be a little proud if he ended up doing what I did, or something similar.
The other transitions are pretty self-explanatory, especially since TGP/TDS has already been done live. For TDS/TROAE, I used the ending riff as the last run of that riff before the main groove begins in TROAE (skipping most of the opening of that song). Not sure how that'll work live considering the tunings are different. As for TROAE/Repentance, I used the tempo and time of TROAE's few beats (since the piano slows down) and waited 8 beats after the final note, to let that last C ring out and fade into the opening bass.
It'll be nice to have a complete live version of this, with "official" transitions and all, though part of me hopes it ends up being similar to what I have, because I'd like a studio version of the live version to have. I've actually been hoping that Mike would one day release an EP of all 5 songs, remastered and remixed to flow together, cut into 12 indexed tracks. I'd buy that in a heartbeat!