This was the first deck I was really able to use. I'd wanted to use Motherpeace, but the washed out colors and primitive artwork didn't say a word to me. The Daughters of the Moon deck, on the other hand, shouted to me. The colors are vibrant, the pictures evocative, and the theme was totally Dianic. The deck is a departure from the Rider Waite paradigm, so if you've memorized "traditional" card meanings, you'll need to do some relearning to use this deck. I only have two minor complaints about DoM. The first is that the artwork isn't very sophisticated. This didn't bother me at first, but the older I get, the more it does. The second is that there are very few cards with genuinely negative meanings. The few that are negative are drawn in such a way that they suggest possibilities for transformation of that negativity. This makes DoM a great deck for personal readings, but possibly not for straightforward divination. Still, despite those two things, this really is a great women's deck, and I'd highly recommend it for Dianics everywhere.