Yesterday it was worst, much worst, today it is almost as intelligent... or more. Intelligence is dificult to measure, the only way for me is to record a couple of long videos and watch them carefully, then use my intuition. Poor method, but what else is available?
You should start by watching the old "linear" intelligence dealing with a dangerous meteor shower in the previous post before going on. To be fair, I would suggest you to watch the "Uncertaintly" video as it mimic the conditions used in the next videos (falling asteroids are seen by rockets with some uncertaintly, so where will they fall is fuzzy for them).
Linear intelligence was well developed when this video was made, and the resulting behaviuor was excellent (from my highly biased point of view). Fractal version is still in alpha/beta version, some internals are not 100% converted and tested in the new model, so keep in mind this fractal version has still to grow up a little before judging.
That said, here you have a video in the same circumstances, but using fractal intelligence. Thinking debug is "on" in the few initial seconds, so you can stop the video and inspect the fractal path the rocket is using (it is too caothic to be "on" all the time).