I use this now as my main deck for readings. It looks spectacular in e-readings. Some of the cards however, are jarring and look ridiculous, with faces of the author, her friends and family stuck on to the computer generated images. These destroy the enjoyment of the deck and interrupt my focus during readings. Try to find these images on the web before buying
The other thing I didn't like was the 'sanitizing' of the 'Devil' card into 'Shadowland" i'e. Hades, in the Greek sense. Hades was not maliciously evil, but the Devil card can be - it can also just conotate enslavement, which the Shadowland does show - and I like the imagery of that card.
Some of the cards are absolutely spectacular, such as the Hermit and the Moon.
I really wish the buyer could see images of all the cards in the deck before buying here, because usually only one, or a few, of the most attractive cards are shown. Nevertheless, and with these exceptions, I like the deck and would recommend it to other readers just for the artwork alone, as a collectible. I wish Dugan would remove these 'friends and family heads' cards, and the-issue the deck omitting them - if the artwork were without these it would be the perfect deck.
She has also crafted a "So Below' deck, a cartoonish deck with examples of people doing everyday things and living every day lives. some love it, some don't. I am one of the ones who will take a pass on that deck.