Disclaimer: it's going to be very hard for me to be objective judging the overall quality of this show because of what happens in the main event. Won't spoil it if you haven't read it, but once you read the finish, you'll know why.
Anyway, my personal attractions to the show aside, I feel this was a strong PPV for A1E, and the matchwriters stepped up and gave us some pretty compelling matches, especially for Irish/Fly vs. the Invaders and both the Triple Star and Cyber Championship matches. There really wasn't a bad match on the show.
The one thing I want to talk about is the IrishRed overdose angle. I don't know how I feel about this right now. I mean, I think it could be compelling to see a wrestler deal with painkillers and drugs on-screen, but I also feel a bit uneasy about such a topic that's a problem in real life wrestling OOC becoming an angle. The on-screen overdose was a very extreme way of putting it out there, and I'm not sure how I would have reacted if the WWE ran it with, say Raven or another wrestler who was reputed to be a drug user. Still though, I say we wait and see where Shane is going to take this.
But all in all, it was a solid show.