The arrangements in this series of books are simpler than many others, but not so much that they lose the character of the songs. I was pleased to find arrangements of a few hymns included with the more contemporary songs. It is also helpful that this book lays flat.
This is an excellent addition to any worship music collection. It's not quite as eclectic as the first All the Best, but it's still great. Just like the first book, this one is weighed down with unnecessary chords in each song, but with careful perusal, one can easily cross them out.