"Considering that both of my children (boy and girl) purchased Lego sets at the same price point, I was extremely disappointed in the "girl" version. The people do not have moving arms, or legs, their hands don't turn or grip as many objects as the traditional "boy" Lego sets. The instructions are of notably poorer quality with less organized packaging, and less detailed images. I don't understand these discrepancies. The same company makes the two sets, they ought to be of equivalent quality. My 4 year old daughter also received a pool party set which was similarly frustrating. That one was better than the Disney edition, but the functionality of the moving parts is worse than her brother's sets. It also has a greater tendency to fall apart when she plays with it than her brother's sets do. It's exciting that sets are being made with girls in mind, but I just can't understand why the quality differs so drastically. She has a great time playing with them and they do inspire creativity, so they're still excellent toys in that respect, but I don't think they have earned the same pricetag as the other Legos. Also, the traditional Lego people work well. The girls don't need curvier Lego people with hair so big it pops off every time you pick one up."