I know the reviews on this deck are not very good. True, many of the minor arcana seem repititious, some of the majors have different names, and not everyone feels comfortable with some of the New Age symbols used for some of the majors.
That being said, if you can wash tradition out of your mind and expand your peripheral spiritual vision a bit as you work with these cards (they are more square than rectangular) you might be amazed at what perceptions they bring up for readings!
It's definitely not a beginner's deck, but for those with many decks and in-depth studies, this is like a teeth cleaning. The deck has a freshness that presents new interpretations, sidles away from the RWS and the Thoth a few steps, and encourages you to be like The Fool and step off a new cliff for a wild freefall ride. Would I use it for every reading? No. People generally like to see faces of some type looking back at them from the cards. Geometry fans and numerologists will probably feel more comfortable with these cards, especially in meditation.
If you have a number of the same-old, same-old decks and you're willing to be open to a surprising upsurge from your own subconscious, here's your ticket to ride!