Quality is SD and it isn't great to look at, but it works well enough. Audio sounds good except for some of the Twilight Zone elements, which sound of a lower bitrate.
The DVD comes with three versions and I watched Tranzor's extended version which apparently fixes some plot holes found in the original. Save some iconic moments, I recall finding the original film quite dull; so I feel like it says a lot that the narrative can function so well in this shortened form and yet still feel pacey. There were no holes that I detected, though our protagonist's bond with his "mate" doesn't get established that well. This could easily be rectified though, since we spend the first 15 minutes just watching Charlton Heston run away from apes and get captured twice over. Plenty of room for further trims, especially as the extended cut is about 10 minutes over the runtime of a Twilight Zone episode.
In terms of the concept itself, The Twilight Zone framing works very nicely. Rod Serling's narration is well chosen and it's fun to have the intro and credits. That being said, some of the font doesn't seem quite right to me and I was disappointed for lack of a proper episode break.
In terms of editing the 4:3 aspect ratio works well most of the time; visual fade outs feel a bit quick but still sell the TV vibe. There are a handful of abrupt audio edits (one near the start and several towards the end), but the majority of the episode flows very well.
being from the UK the Twilight Zone wasn't a weekly show that was available to me, i can't recall if it was shown or indeed repeated over here. i do however understand the weekly premise as we had a similar show called Tales of the Unexpected. this edit i could only assume would fit nicely with any episode from the classic TV show, as it looks very authentic especially the fade to black in which a commercial break would have taken place was a nice touch.
i only saw tranzor extended version and all in all i found this to be a fun little edit. the edit moves along a quick pace, the basic story of the planet of the apes remains intact. unfortunately cornelius and zira perhaps don't have a great deal of screen time, and so the their bond to taylor isn't as strong in this version
the only negatives regarding the edit would be a little more footage showing the bond between taylor and znova would have helped the narrative. also cornelius line about taylor proving their innocence seemed a little out of place with the footage that had been deleted. a continuity error is also seen as the army of apes appear a long the beach towards the end.
overall this is fun experience in watching a film i've always enjoyed in a new and different way