If you're a fan of Rascal Flatts' previous work you will definitely appreciate this too. I wouldn't say this is a real groundbreaker of an album, as it tends to rely on the tried-and-tested sound that has served them so well in the past. But that is by no means a negative remark because there's no point in fixing something that just ain't broke. There's a nice mix of upbeat and down tempo stuff on this album from the 'Life is a Highway'-esque sound of 'Summer Nights', to 'Why' (reminiscent of 'Skin') to my favourite track on the album 'Once', which has a similar intro and carries a similar message to 'What Hurts the Most'. The more I listen to this CD, the more I want to hear it. I have it on my portable MP3 player, on iTunes and in my car. This is an excellent album and I thoroughly recommend it.