For me, Vegas still stands out as their best- by far the most punchy.
This is unusual- the main album is good, but a bit more reserved. Nothing quite grabs you, but that's not to say it's not good to listen to, and won't grow on me over time. It's shamelessly electronic, as one might expect, but maybe a bit more retro- some reminiscent of a C64 soundtrack, some reminiscent of Luke Slater. It's all good stuff, but nothing actively grabs me.
The bonus CD is a different story- generally collaborative projects, less self-indulgent, most of which turn into some pretty epic choons. For me this really seals the deal, and is something I'll relish for a long time yet. However, the flip side of this is that some people might look on this as too "alternative" in places or too "club anthem" formulaic in others. Me- I love it.
And one thing that confused me for a bit- tracks 11-13 listed for the bonus CD aren't CD tracks, they're purely the video files that are also on that CD...
However you look at it, if you're a fan, it's got to be worth a look hasn't it?! ;-)