Quality is various shades of SD, with occasional issues. Aside from some interlacing, frame-blending and dropped frames, the visual editing is otherwise superb and very creative. The only audio editing that bothered me was the scene with Sarah Connor. Narratively, this is completely incoherent, but you can't really mark it down for that, because coherency is not the intent. It amounts to a visual experiment, a mashup, a music video of sorts, that draws visual parallels between a variety of sources. You'll either dig it or you won't. I enjoyed it for the most part.
For those that like to go in prepared in terms of content: there are non-explicit but sexually themed scenes and occasional, brief flashes of violence.