She basically did her biggest hits from both decades when she was hit making. I personally don't know what anyone else was expecting given the type of show and the fact she only had a bare hour.
Actually watched the whole show there and yes, I agree. TMB/SIO/IKWYW are the only thing I would change on this set list. Obviously SIO can be replaced by the occasional "fan favourite" she promised on certain dates. But otherwise these calls for her retire and that people are sick of certain songs for an "all the hits" tour where most of the audience isn't even here to see her is idiotic.
She gave a couple of bops to get you on your feet (ITL, I'd rather have had Emotions, but I get that she can't do all the vocally demanding ones) and LH/HB. She did the staples - VOL, Hero, My All, ABMB, OSD. You know, the hits. I don't really know what anyone else would expect from this (other than binning SIO)
Vocally, she was strong for a start of the tour and VOL was really good (the long 'beeeeee; at the end was incredible) and I am just happy she's back to wearing gowns and ditched the bodysuits.