In my opinion, The W is a better album than Iron Flag because RZA didnt pretty much all of the beats, it sounds more like an actual album.
Whereas Iron Flag sounds more like a mish mash rush job, five different producers, tracks taken from here and there, old tracks mixed in with new. There's just no cohesion.
I usually bump it on the iPod as more of an EP than an album... In The Hood / Uzi / Y'all Been Warned / Babies / Radioactive / Back In The Game / Iron Flag / The W.
There are some classic tracks there, but The W works better as a cohesive album IMO.