The electronic back kit wore out its welcome a long time ago.
It was really only an active part of his creative choices for 3 records, GUP, PW and HYF. (I know it was on one track on Presto...) After that it was there to replicate some of those songs live, but at a certain point - when the band moved away from the 80's keyboard material live - it seemed like some sort of novelty thing. "Wow, Neil Peart is god - his drum kit goes all the way around him AND SPINS!!" When he first had it and was doing things like Red Lenses, where it was mostly the electronic kit, but he could and would hit some of the acoustic drums in his patterns, I was really into it. It was sonically a cool choice. But once he started playing older songs on it, like Closer To The Heart or The Trees, it just seemed like he was coming up with excuses to justify having the damn thing up there. (And of course, the dreadful solo sections...)
Put the tubular bells up there, Neil. We'll all lose our minds.