GOOD THING: Oh, there is so much good here it is hard to narrow it down to just one... so I'm going to cheat and do two each. :)
The opening story by Gail Simone with George Perez artwork is just the sort of meeting-of-the-giants that makes a special issue like this truly special. And hey - we get to see Misfit again! I can't help but wonder where the rest of the Birds of Prey are, though.
The Amanda Conner story is a nice little coda to her Power Girl series, with Diana utilizing one of her less-often used powers to help Karen out with one of her supporting cast.
BAD THING: The preview of the upcoming series does not inspire confidence AT ALL. But probably the worst part is the unintentional irony of the essay at the end in which J. Michael Straczynski talks about how he is redefining Wonder Woman for the 21st century in order to stop her from being defined by what men expect Wonder Woman to be.
Also, is it just me, or does the drawing of Diana in the new costume on this page looks WAY too much like Megan Fox?! Yeech.
The Final Verdict: A fitting capstone for the pyramid of the Wonder Woman legacy. Would that the preview of the future was as inspiring as the tributes of what came before.