I've been reading Tarot since I was 13, and I've got at least 4 dozen decks. Of all those decks, the one I love the most is this deck. There are some things about this deck which make it different then most decks, most notably that the suits that represent the Air and Fire element in most traditional decks is switched around in this deck (instead of representing Air, Swords represent Fire). If you are a Witch or a Wiccan, you will understand the change and most likely welcome it, but if not, you can easily work around this change and use the deck as you would any other deck.
Another fairly large change (for me, anyway) is that when you deal a face card (a Court Card) you lay another card on top of it to clarify and add to a situation. Sometimes it is a behavior that you could expect from a person, sometimes it shows two steps to an ongoing situation, sometimes it just restates what the face card was telling you, it all depends on the reading. Either way, this is a fantastic way to read and interpret the cards.
I see a lot of people complaining about how the Court Cards look the same, and to that I have to say that people are not really LOOKING at the cards. While they are similar, they very clearly express different meanings and issues. Frankly, in this day and age where it isn't uncommon to buy a deck only to find that there is a fully illustrated Major Arcana and the cards representing the Minor Arcana strongly resemble basic playing cards, or aren't different even in the slightest, I think to throw away the deck because the Court Cards look similar is really nitpicking. The complaints about how some of the cards look silly also shouldn't be "complaints." In every Tarot Deck, there are cards that are less appealing to the reader, and the cards and reasons it is less appealing vary from person to person. Most people who read cards professionally or have a lot of experience in doing so can tell you that to find a card unappealing is part of the way the Tarot works, and that should be translated into the readings, because it's the cards way of personalizing themselves to you. So while you might find pictures to be goofy, that is actually a good thing, not a bad thing, and should be translated into your readings.
That one review, where the person launches off into a diatribe against Wicca and Witchcraft totally baffles me. Why would one buy a Tarot Deck by a Wiccan, aimed at Wiccans and Witches, if they thought the whole idea of Wiccans and Wicca was a joke?? As a Wiccan, I have to say that while this deck is fantastic, it doesn't go into the practices and beliefs of Wiccans (that belief, by the way, is not do what you want as long as it feels good), and if one were picking up this deck in hopes of becoming Wiccan or learning about Wiccan practices, they would be confused at best. Sure the Devil card is replaced by "The Horned God," but that is because Wiccans and Witches don't believe in the Devil. As such, the card is changed to "The Horned One" but the meaning is not changed significantly, since the Horned God is not an all good or all evil being... He represents great power and great happiness, but also the opposite of that. He represents all that is good and bad, the flow of nature. It is very easy to get the same meaning out of "The Horned One" card as one would have gotten from The Devil card; bondage to power and false happiness, upset of balance, disrupting the flow of positive by indulging in the flow of the negative. Remember, for most Wiccans, The Horned One is one half of the dualistic nature of the God and the Goddess... He by himself is not balance, and this card reflects that beautifully. I also have to wonder at what type of mentality one has when one looks at the strength card which has a nude female holding the leash of a lion and automatically assume it has anything to do with giving in to or endorsing bestiality... The card is highly symbolic and does not imply bestiality in any way, shape, or form, through the illustration on the card or its meaning.
There are faults with this deck. If one were to buy the deck apart from the book, I suspect they will not be satisfied with the explanations of the cards or the deck that are in the basic booklet that comes with the deck. Some of the meanings are a little hard to understand as written, and there is an inconsistency in some of the translations are a large paragraph long, while the explanation of the another card is only two or three words long. However, as with all things, if you buy the accompanying book separately (which is only about $9), a great amount of this deck and how it functions will be cleared up.
As with all Tarot Cards, if it is the deck for you or not depends on your relationship and one could find, as some on here have, that the deck is not for them. I would also go so far as to say that this deck may not be the best beginner deck, but I could be very wrong. Before buying this deck, people should venture online sites that feature samples of the decks, like Isis Books, and decide if this is a deck that they want to get to know.