This volume is again a collection of unrelated one-shots. The translation I read also included "Fixed Face", a short chapter included in the 2000 reprint of Volume 10, and there were other discrepancies in the page numbers; while I don't think this had any bearing on my actual experience, it may be helpful to note that I may not have read this volume in its purest form.
Story, 6: The premises were interesting and did a solid job at establishing an unsettling atmosphere, though nearly every one had an unsatisfying ending (at least for me; a lot of the unsettling feeling established throughout the chapter was
dashed with a rushed ending). These mostly dealt with ghosts or other demonic presences, though there was some biological horror in "The Sleeping Room".
Art, 7: Ito's art continues to be good. I wasn't blown away by any particular pieces, but it was pleasant (interpreted loosely) to look at.
Characters, 5: While I felt the protagonists of each chapter were more fleshed out (namely compared to earlier volumes in the Collection), the side characters felt extremely archetypal and only existed to exist. One character appears twice: in "Second-hand Record" and "The Sleeping Room, but these seem to be wholly unconnected from a story perspective.
Enjoyment, 7: Given the varied premises and imaginative scenarios, I enjoyed the volume in spite of myself. While I wasn't particularly thrilled with most of the endings, I thought each chapter had its merits.
Overall, 6: If you're looking for a quick read with some interesting stories, or if you're a fan of Ito Junji, I would recommend this. Otherwise, this may be one to skip.
Favorite Chapter: "House of the Marionettes"; Least Favorite: "Second-hand Record"