This is a really good album. Probably the most consistent thing he's ever done; there's not a single track I'd skip. That said it doesn't ever really get as good as his best tunes, more a solid collection of enjoyable tunes than any out and out bangers.
While his productions will probably never again reach the dizzy heights of the early eski releases the beats here are really great. He's got alot more subtle and developed as a producer and there's some great flourishes on this album like the pistoning hi-hats on '100% Publishing' or the piano on 'Wise Man and His Words'.
It's also a testament to how far he's come as an MC and his general all round likeability as a personality that he manages to hold my attention for a whole album without any guest MCs.
I am of course a complete Wiley obsessive but I think there's a very good case for him being one of the single most important British artists of the 21st century and this record just serves to cement my admiration of him.