"This set is nice, another way to show that LEGO is more than a toy for kids.
Besides building the 3 designed pictures, you can also build pictures in other sizes, such as 48 x 32, 32 x 32, etc.
The price is acceptable. Although there are many 1x1 pieces, it also contains 9 very large pieces.
Here are some suggestions for improvement (others have mentioned some of them):
(1) Put the color numbers on the bags. For some of the colors, it is difficult to match the color on the printed instruction to the color on the physical bricks, especially when the background color of the printed instruction is black. If the color gets mixed up initially, it may not be discovered until the very end, when one discovers that there are not enough pieces of a certain color.
(2) For each page, put the number of pieces used for each color, just like the “x1”, “x2”, “x3” used for normal instructions. This checksum helps to localize building mistakes.
(3) Besides the large brick separator, it would be helpful to provide the DOTS key. If a small mistake is found, the DOTS key can be used to remove the corresponding pieces, without removing a large area of pieces."
"As an adult fan, I do not play with the minifigures. I just collect them. I have collected over 10 complete CMF series since 2016.
One fun feature for CMF comes from feeling the packages to search for the desired minifigures. I think TLG knows that, judging from the fact that many of those CMF series can be identified by feeling the packages.
Before the Covid-19 days, it is enjoyable when a group of strangers surrounded a table-top or counter-top in a LEGO store, feeling and searching for the minifigures they desired, while helping each other out.
Yet packaging in blind boxes instead of blind bags strips the fun away. The minifigures in this series look nice and interesting. TLG should seriously consider repackaging this product in blind bags instead."