/Sunny 16/ is definitely not without its charm. It's best when Folds is doing his usual sunny and sarcastic pop, as in "All U Can Eat" and "There's Always Someone Cooler Than You." The lovely closer, "Songs of Love," is another highlight, swaying along on a waltz beat as the piano and strings dance. The other two tracks, "Learn to Live with What You Are" and "Rock Star," essentially sound the same: nondescript mid-tempo pop tracks that neither inspire nor offend. They're not bad, per se, but I doubt they'd make the cut on an actual Folds album. They do bring the experience down, though, which is a shame given the quality of the rest of the material. Pick up /Speed Graphic/ if you want to hear Folds at his finest in this EP collection, but /Sunny 16/ is still a nice investment for its strong material, which is among the best in the EP trio.