I've got no criticism - I thought the singer was great, your playing was really cool - a little hard to hear the bass and keys on my laptop. I listened to Jack Straw, Tennessee Jed, and some of Shakedown. My tubes in my intarwebs are a little clogged today and things are running slow for downloading. Once they're running better I'll listen to more (barring my kids grubby hands getting all over my computer).
What kind of acoustic pickup are you using? Are you using a piezo or something else? I'll have to try the SMS with my acoustic - I have a really nice Scherlter acoustic amp but it's a pain to bring another amp to a gig and deal with those hassles. I forced myself to get used to being mic'ed at all-acoustic gigs, sometimes use pickup for monitors if the crowd gets rowdy and loud. You don't get a lot of your sound right in your face but much more natural out front. A lot of folks just go with what they've got on their guitar, which is usually a piezo (one reason why I don't like guitars that come with a built-in pickup and on-board controls. Makes it hard to upgrade without leaving a big hole on the side of your guitar.
I agree about a rhythm player. Bobby's such a unique player it's hard for a guy used to banging out power chords to get a handle on his playing. Doesn't have to be a Wier clone but someone who's not looking to play a bunch of root/5 chords - guys with a piano background can work well. We have a "Bobbi" - she doesn't really play a lot like Wier but she grew up with piano and never really learned the typical guitar tricks. She's got a good ear and a good theory background, she sometimes goes a little too far off the reservation - maybe her most Wier-like trait
But with keys you can get around having another guitar. We need to get another full-time keyboardist - we've got some really talented friends who come out when we have a big show but having someone regular would be nice.