I ordered this because wanted a sturdier, fuller edition of Wordsworth to replace the thin-ish yellowing paperback selection of his verse that I already had.
Overall I'm content with the Modern Library selection, binding and typesetting--- very readable, the cloth cover feels comfortable in the hand, and the volume, while large, is not too heavy.
The poems are arranged chronologically by date of first composition (n.b., not revision: We get the 1850 version of the Prelude, but it appears alongside the verse of 1805, when he first completed it). There are no notes at all. Some would have been useful--- e.g., to inform us where poems first appeared (the Lyrical Ballads just appear alongside everything else), or which version of a poem we were reading. The general editorial strategy seems to have been always to include the latest version of the poem: As mentioned, we get the 1850 Prelude (would have been nice if the edition had made this clear), and we also get the revised version of "The Thorn" (W, unfortunately, was shamed into revising the widely mocked lines, "I've measured it from side to side: / 'Tis three feet long, and two feet wide.")
Wordsworth's famous poems all seem to be here. I would have liked to see some of the "Poems on the Naming of Places" included, but you do have to have to leave something out.
There's a typo in book 4 of the Prelude, line 24: Instead of "Yon azure smoke betrays the lurking town," it reads "You azure smoke ..." I also noted a missing quote mark in, I think, one of the Matthew poems, but I can't find it now.
Overall, this is a solid edition of Wordsworth's verse which I expect will hold up well over the years.