I'm really bummed that I had to miss out on this tour. I'll get to see letlive next month with Underoath, but I really wanted to see The Chariot for the first time, and ETID is one of my favorite bands, so that lineup was ideal.
Also, I'd definitely guess that it was a more lucrative tour than the FIR tour... ETID are pretty much universally popular at this point, and I've never even heard a FIR song. Maybe I'm just not in touch with teenage scene kids, but it seems like ETID would bring in a lot more people.
for way of comparison, falling in reverse's debut album charted higher and sold more in its first week than any every time i die album has to date. it didn't get as many positive reviews, but it was more successful from a sales perspective.