GR8 doesn't quite cover it!
And I absolutely ADORE the rewind feature of this MV, it's seriously fantastic. There's not too many MVs that make such extensive use of that particular film-effect and I think that's a shame because, when used properly, it can do some really cool things, as well displayed here. I like how they manipulated to colors to indicate forward-time and backward-time so that the switches between them didn't entirely throw a viewer off. It was very well done. The trumpet zooms and the perspective changes are all fabulously timed to play with the song's melodic structure as well as the time reversals. I enjoy the magazing-clipping sort of vacation-y shots and how the transition through them takes you into a very dream-world set like your day-dreaming didn't actually take you to the beach, just a dream world of it. The styling looks good; out there, but not ridiculous. And though you don't really get to see too much of the choreography, what you can see of it looks really good, working with the long tones and the full number of members (I always think it's sad when the fact that there are multiple members in a group isn't utilized).
The song is fabulous. Synthy and smoothe, with an emphasis on the higher tones just like all of VIXX's songs. Melodically it moves incredibly well, possibly because the Bassline is active and also at least an octave above the average kpop song, so each movement feels more dramatic because it's in the range that we're used to hearing low-tone melodies move through. All in all's a great release and fabulous for a repackage.
I give it an 8/10: Fabulous!
Also, in case you wanted to see what the boys look like going forward instead of running back in rewind, I reversed the footage here so it plays forward. ^_~