This review depends on your priorities. If you are here for the violin concerto then you will find a fine, solid account from Kennedy that has been bettered, but only by small measures. No complaints about the Villa fan: he plays beautifully and expressively, technicaly brilliant and superbly accompanied by Rattle.
If you are here because you love the 5th symphony, then look no further - I have heard nothing that quite gets where Rattle does with the climax/transition from the first to second movement. It lifts my heart every time I hear it and I suspect it will yours too. Just occasionally, you come across a recording of a piece that makes you think "that's what the composer meant" and this is one of those. This is one of those recordings that makes you duplicate a work in your collection.
As for the recording quality, one word, flawless.