Great cover as it suggests a bit more urban mood which turns out to be true: you start off with jazzy tunes but it has definitely an electro feel to it. It goes deep and hard up until Track 4 which is almost a step into progressive house or trance - still a nice fit.
Then you bring it back to smoothness with Track 5 but still with an edge. Vincent Kwok - a case of "great minds think alike"! I just disovered him over this weekend and used my Beatport 25% discount voucher to buy some of his tracks. Including this one, but I went with the Haldo Definitive Instrumental, more jazzfunk feel. Your dub version is a brilliant fit into the mood of your set though.
I'm really impressed with this set, quite a uniqe mood and sound here all the way thorugh: definitely jazzy, very edgy and hard beats but not that too agressive and not dance tracks either - it maintains the lounge feel while staying on the border of dance, progressive and trance - and funky all the way through (man, thouse funk guitar riffs on Pure Essence at Track 10 are unreal). So I'd say: