A very strong album all round which will appeal more to those who liked AM and Ghost Is Born albums. Much too mellow and laid back for those who see Yankee as the definitive Wilco album.
Check out the Wikipedia entry to see how the band has changed over the course of the last couple of years, incorporating many diverse and strong musicians which make this more of a band album than any of Wilco's other albums.
Highlights definitely come from jazz legend Nels Cline whose guitar work really lifts these songs, Impossible Germany (track 3) in particular.
If possible do get the CD/DVD edition. The DVD is worth the price of admission alone and is even better than the excellent Tweedy solo DVD (Sunken Treasure) that was released last year.
Be aware that at the moment the advertised Enhanced CD element of this CD does not actually exist on UK copies of the CD, however wilcoworld.net will be providing a solution to this in due course.