I greatly enjoyed the other two Myriad Universes anthologies, and was looking forward to this one. As it turns out, the story that I was most looking forward to in this anthology, "The Embrace of Cold Architects", was the weakest, and the story that I initially didn't really care about, "Honor in the Night" turned out to be a very gripping read and the best story in the anthology.
Warning - spoilers below.
"The Embrace of Cold Architects" diverges when the Enterprise's attack on the Borg cube after Picard is assimilated (in the episode "The Best of Both Worlds") is successful, destroying the Borg cube and killing Picard. I thought there was a lot of potential with this story, and it appeared to be living up to that potential, at least until the last two pages, when one plotline ends with a shaky cliffhanger, and one simply ends with a thud - no resolution at all. With more resolution, this would have easily been an A+ story. As it is, it gets a B-/C+ from me at best.
"The Tears of Eridanus" takes place in a universe where the Vulcans never embraced logic and are still a savage, emotional race locked in unending civil wars. Decent story, but I agree with the earlier reviewer that this universe was divergent enough that it didn't feel like a Star Trek story. I also kind of lost track of the multitude of Andorian characters in this story. I'd give it a B.
"Honor in the Night" is by far the best story in this anthology. It takes what seems like a minor divergence point (no tribbles on Station K7) and spins it into a very interesting take on the progress of Federation-Klingon relations from the original series forward. Once I started reading this story I didn't stop until the end. This story gets an A from me.