This is a very good CD, no doubt, but something's not quite gellin' for me when I listen to it. I'm not ready to call it Bublé's best quite yet. Now, I could just be biased from listening to his previous two studio releases so much - if they had been vinyl I would have long since worn the needle through to the other side. I don't have trouble with his mixing old standards with new songs, nor with him choosing classic songs that are not from the "crooner" genre (which he and Foster have been doing since their first effort). It is, in fact, his renditions of those classic "crooner" numbers, like "The Best Is Yet To Come" and "I've Got The World On A String," that give me so much pause. Bublé is no Bennett or Sinatra - nor should he be - so it's a little disconcerting to hear these standards sung (and arranged) differently. I actually hope he does more original stuff on future releases. Much as I love those old standards, it's a case of "been there, done that."