I liked FFH well enough when it was released, but haven't really listened to it since then. It was released right before Yesfans had a large gathering here in Nashville, so I bought a copy figuring many would not have heard it yet, and we played it in our suite at the gathering several times.
As I recall, "Into the Storm" caught my attention as being the most "Yessy" track on the album. Benoit did a serviceable job on the vocals. Trevor, of course, did an excellent production job. And I thought the cover was one of Roger Dean's better ones. When I bought the album at FYE (before they closed their doors), the salesclerk, a guy about my son's age, was playing it IN the store at the time and said he really liked it. I was hoping it might catch the attention of the younger set.
I haven't yet bought Heaven and Earth due to being out of work, so maybe Santa will provide a copy this year . . .
Therefore, I can't compare or speak to that one at all except for the 2 tracks they played in concert, which I thought were well-performed and translated well live.