Some strong moments, some weak moments. The vocals are solid and mixed well. The poppy moments tend to depreciate the prog moments that we know and love at times but SB still manages to blend them in quite well as these downsides are few and far between. "A Treasure Abandoned" is one of the strongest tracks here and has nice melodies and synths. "Afterthoughts" is also solid as well and contains some fresh riffs and solos. In fact, there's more strong moments than weak and this will definitely keep prog fans coming back for more but it's still just above average and doesn't hold up to true 70's gem due to lack of extreme high points. However, This is worth hearing and is easily at least a 3-4/5 album.