I thought this was a pretty decent issue, if not an exactly momentous one. The idea of Eldac sending Reed, Nathaniel, and Peter where they needed to be instead of just where they wanted to go may have been a somewhat trite plot device, but Hickman made it work here and it made for some nice scenes. I particularly liked the scene with Nathaniel and the last remaining Alternate Reed.
The teased scenes of future conflict though performed their jobs well. Ronan and Crystal's Kree Fleet on the way to Earth, ostensibly to overthrow the Inhumans, gave me the nerdy giggles, whilst the arrival of The Thing with several of The Avengers to help fight in the Five City War was a nice cliffhanger.
This was a nice issue to bring everyone back together, but on the whole it didn't really do a whole lot. It did, however, set up the next phase of this story, which I assume will see the arrival of the Annihilation Wave, since the Kree are going to be on the move.