In all honesty, this was a pretty solid episode of Smackdown. The show featured several good matches, and that has long been Smackdown's strongest asset. That said, as a go-home show for Money in the Bank, this episode fell into the trap detailed above, only focusing on two matches for the pay-per-view. Judging this episode as a standalone would yield high marks from me, but looking at it in the context of the Money in the Bank build brings down my overall feelings. Still, I'd take episodes like this more often, just not two days before pay-per-views.