I wasn't that impressed with this release on the first listen. I was expecting to be blown away immediately after all the praise this mix has received, and i was rather disapointed. I thought it kind of just pldded along in a pretty uninteresting way. But I listened again, and then again, and again, and suddenly I found myself reaching for it regularly over a lot of other progressive trance / house mixes that I own. I can't quite put my finger on why that is, obviously track selection and mixing is top notch, but there is an illusive 'X' factor as well.
I have to say that I listen to CD1 way more than CD2 and while CD2 is good, I'd say it was no more interesting that most other mixes out there at the moment. CD1 is far superior in terms of track selection, dipping only with 'Do what you want' (why is there always at least one vocal track on these mixes)
It was released on an Australian label, so its harder / more expensive to get hold of a copy in europe, but if you are into Prog trance / house, then u NEED this in your collection.