So, I am after the Berlin concert and soundcheck. You have asked about vip package, so my advice is: fans: do not buy it, management: do not sell it, but if you decide to sell it, do not use words like vip, ok? 'Entrance to the soundcheck' would be enough.
Why not buying it? IMHO it is just not worth 107usd and there are better ways to spend that amount of money. But I was there and: you receive a bandana (looks good), red VIP badge which gives nothing (I still do not understand why they give it) and the photo of band - signed by P&M. Soundcheck - it was just a more or less typical soundcheck. First M spend some time with his drums, then came P and together they played 'Another brick in the wall' and 'Money for nothing', and then came L, they played together about 2 minutes, L said that it is ok for him and he disappeared. M stayed for a short chat and it was over.
To be honest I have felt that many people were surprised and/or disappointed, I believe because of expectations for meeting the band, taking photos etc. That is the reason why it shouldn't be called VIP package, clear?
Concert was quite good - it is diffcult to compare Motorhead and Anthrax, but the boys from Anthrax showed much more energy. Maybe Motorhead is a bit tired of a long tour - and of course age is not their advantage. But when you compare them to Deep Purple you must say that Deep Purple concerts are technically better - and Ian Gillan is also 67!
'To se ne vrati' as people in Czech Rep say - we are in 2012, not in '80 or '90.
I did over 1000km just to be in Berlin for that concert, so it was a nice adventure after all. But I had a almost sleepless night to catch flight to Berlin and now is a second one: I write it at 3am at the airport waiting for early morning flight to home, so I am sorry for my English and possible errors. Who knows when I will be able to post it, we will see.
PS: I just realized why it is called VIP. Perhaps for the band people who decide to buy it and they want to take a photos and chat are very irritating persons