I would have given the deck 5 stars but it isn't a deck that makes tarot simple even though it is based on the Universal Tarot with the pictures being from that deck, there is a complicated mosaic backing that took a while to figure out and I have been reading tarot for over 30 years lol. The cards are quite sharp on the edges and very very slippery, they slither and slide off each other so it can be quite trickey to keep a pile in one place. Also the plastic/acetate picks up fingermarks easily and they can need a polish to make them look their best unlike the other Transparent Tarot by Emily Carding. That deck also has full size images as opposed to this deck with some of the images being barely and inch square for most of the minor arcana and 2" by 1" for the Major Arcana the rest of the card being clear plastic so that other cards can be layered beneath and above to form a single card with maybe four cards within it. So one really needs to know the cards to be able to use all their subtleties without glasses. I am sure that collectors will grab a copy like I did but whether they use it often is another matter. Still hard to beat the Rider Waite Smith or the Universal Waite imho.
In a reading the client would select cards from specific groups of cards and the selections, when assembled , creates a one card collage.
Not as easy to use as you might think, in effect you putting four Rider Waite images on one card BUT it does allow for some very interesting associations and because you are combining images creates quite an interesting reading.
Not for every one, but if you really like the Rider Waitevand are looking for a different approach to readings I would recommend them.