In the ongoing series of live releases, this set is distinctly superior in sound quality to the "1987" collection. The Rotterdam set is a bit warm/murky sounding, and the Valencia set is distinctly brighter and crisper. The performances are generally good with some flubs here and there. Gedge's stage chatter is a bit awkward, presumably due to a language barrier with much of the crowd in both sets.
But these releases are pretty much aimed at the hardcore Wedding Present-phile, and if you're overwhelmed by the sheer volume of material that continues to be released (or underwhelmed by the 1987 set, as I was), you're probably wondering why this release, in particular, is worthwhile. What makes it worthwhile is the introduction of new, "Bizarro"-era songs into the set lists. The Bizarro album introduced a more ambitious sound and approach, and it's interesting hearing these early versions of familiar songs (some songs are played for the first time before an audience!). "Be Honest", in particular, has a very, very different approach from the rather spare studio version that came later, while "Kennedy" sounds much more like an an early song - more jittery-jangle, less wall-of-sound.
I'm very much looking forward to rest of this series!