Two out of these three performances are superb. The "Hebrides" overture practically has salt spray rising from it, and I credit this recording of the "Scottish" with persuading me to give the piece another chance after I had found it frankly boring when I was young and foolish. The stone in the shoe here is the performance of the "Italian". As a fellow reviewer also points out, the third movement is far too slow and somnolent. What he doesn't say is that, by contrast, parts of the first and last movements are driven so hard that even the fabled Berlin Phil can't quite maintain pristine discipline (though even then they manage to produce a lovely sound).
I know of no better performance of the Overture, and I know of none as good as that of the "Scottish", so I'll err on the side of 4 stars rather than 3. That, however, is very possibly too generous to a disc which contains a performance of the "Italian" which is taken to unmusical extremes. Buyer beware.