I bought all Henley's albums pretty much as soon as they came out.
I loved the very Eagle-ey (as expected)I Can't Stand Still, impressed and enjoyed, but lesser so, his immersion in the up-to-date eighties sound of Building The Perfect Beast, (Boys Of Summer, along with Neil Young's Rocking In The Free World are my favourite American songs of that decade).
End Of The Innocence, had four or five classic tunes that lifted Don from being an ex-Eagle to a bonafide great solo artist. Inside Job, Don's first album as an Eagle, is a just, more of the same, album. Sure it's got great ballads, biting rock songs, peerless vocals, tight band arrangements etc, even a little humour, but we've heard it all before.
In different circumstances, I maybe could've loved Inside Job a lot more but for New York Minute, The Heart Of The Matter and I Will Not Go Quietly, my vote goes to EOTI.