Of the four scenes offered in this lukewarm tranny release, only one of them contains any kind of passion at all. Thank heavens for Vo D'Balm (credited as "Vo De Bom" here), whose scene with Drew Andrews is hot enough to convince us that they actually want to be where they are, doing what they're doing. In most of the other scenes, unfortunately, they largely seem as though they'd rather be, oh, grocery shopping perhaps, or having their tires rotated or something.
Combine all that lack of passion with the less-than-stellar transfer quality and incongruous music, as well as plenty of slo-mo interludes (with the sound at regular speed, which is interesting), and you've got yourself a sadly sub-par release. While most of the she-males here are fairly passable, it's Meghan and Vo who seem the most comfortable with themselves and the acts they're performing. Meghan's plea of, "Be gentle, baby. It's my first time." is comically unconvincing, but she and Dirk Adams have a decent romp in the park by a babbling brook (which we hear throughout the scene).
Still, it's Vo and Drew who save this release, and even though most of the transfer issues seem to pop up during their scene, they're having enough fun that one can suffer through said issues.