Good points: Square Rave, Dedicated Loop, Tomorrow World, these three being excellent danceable yet mellow tunes with a depth of sound that was lacking in the Big Loada/HN Daddy-era. The clear sound and slightly more ambient feel than on previous 'Pusher releases.
Bad points: Out of 17 tracks, about ten of them last under a minute, and are completely pointless. Notably so is Tesko, which consists of twenty seconds of Tom Jenkinson doing a Mr Bean impression.
For £7 you might as well buy it if you're into this sort of ambient/jazz/drum'n'bass fusion, but don't expect too much, although the tracks mentioned earlier are well worth it, there's little of interest after track 5.