It has sections by various FullTilt pros. They obviously worked on these and tried to make something worthwhile. Chris Fergason's section on post-flop play is good, I enjoyed Richard Brodies and Gavin Smiths sections.
And I liked this quote from the online tournament chapter by Brodie:
You have to take your opponents as you find them. Adjusting to your opponents is the most important skill you can delvelop in poker. Where is the benefit of figuring out a theoretical "correct" play, recognizing that your opponents aren't sophisticated enough to get it, trying it anyway, and then complanining that your opponents are dumb?