Let me start by saying that any new music by Paul Weller is always welcome. However the price is a little much for 2 new songs. Now let's talk about the music.
Wild Blue Yonder is very good song. It's a mid-tempo song that's catchy. It could have fit nicely on the As Is Now CD.
Small Personal Fortune is also a very good mid-tempo song. It reminds me a little of the Jam so it's a bit of a change from Wild Blue Yonder.
The Start of Forever (acoustic version) is an ok take on this song. I love the original version of this song from As Is Now. However this mix doesn't really shed any new light on the song. When I hear "acoustic" I expect a stripped down version of the song. This version has an acoustic guitar added but it is very polished with string sections, horns, keyboards & dubbed in harmony vocals. That's not to say it's bad because it's very good. I just don't consider this to be an "acoustic" version. If it was titled as an alternative version it would more accurately describe what your purchasing.
All in all if your a big Paul Weller fan, like me, you'll find this a pleasant addition to your collection. If your new to Paul I would recommend a full length CD such as Wildwood or As Is Now.
I hear this is the first in a series of single only releases. It would have been nicer to release them all on one CD or EP rather than make fans search for a handful of import singles at $10 each. But this is not the first, or last time, an artist has done this to their fans. It is almost becoming common place in today's marketplace.