Well, like I said, I literally just ordered the DVD the other day. This is one of my favorite DTV titles of his, so I'll spring for an HD version eventually, but probably not right now.
Lydia Grace Jordan (playing Seagal's daughter) seems to have fond enough memories of being the film... On her website there's a shot of her behind the scenes with Steve and the actress playing her mother.
Am the other way, I do like Renegade / Urban Justice but Pistol Whipped beats it for me.
I loved that he was trying to do a different character, humble and self-depreciating. The scenes with the daughter worked well (as opposed to in movies like Shadow Man where they're just hokey), especially the visit to the aquarium and the moment where she ignores him while he knocks on the car door.
The fights were sharp and to the point as with all the best of Seagal and not much in the way of doubles. It was a decent story, well put together and the climax in the graveyard was great.
Can't find much at fault with it except a bit too much wobble-cam and some ropey green screen.