Listening to this album in the car today, it dawned on me that I like the Trevor Rabin era of Yes more and more as time passes. In fact its hard to believe 24 years have passes since it was released.
While in the band I had little interest in Travor Rabin as a replacement for Steve Howe. In hindsight however I see his contributions to the music were monumental and really helped bring the band in a new direction. His mastery of the guitar was impressive and he infused the band with a greater degree of intensity. I am a convert.