I found this little jewel which I've seen online before but never really gave much thought about picking it up. For a little over $20, I though "Hey, why not?". So in the end, I ended up buying this box set.
After cracking it open, it definitely looked like it would be a fun little weekend project. The directions were pretty bad and generalized. As with most terrain, the mold line had to be cleaned up and a few of the pieces weren't the correct ones (like they added too many pillars with slots and not enough pillars with no slots). So I ended up having to do a bit of work to make it look good.
As you can see, there were tons of gaps and I had you use a bit of green stuff to make it look decent. I think I spent almost 3 hours filling gaps and seams. I also added extra green stuff to the 2nd floor platforms along with some fine sand to give it more texture. I also put sand on on the top of the structures and on some of the broken pillars.
I probably should of spray painted it instead of just basing it black, but unfortunately, its cold and wet outside and that tends to not work too well. So I based it in black paint, and dry brushed it grey colors. Here is how it turned out.
All in all, I think it turned out pretty good. I'm probably going to base it tomorrow with tiles and all. I also want to add some balsa wood to it to add a walkway from one piece to the other and a ramp from the ground level to one of the platforms. I think this will work pretty well with both LOTR:SBG and one of the dilapidated buildings for Mordheim.
My final verdict, I'm going to give this product a B. It was fun to paint, the amount of green stuff to fill the gaps was a bit much, the directions were crap, and the mismatched pieces that came with the set was a bit absurd.