It's ok. But everything is just so haphazard. For example:
-Some graphics have layered PSD versions, some don't.
-Some graphics look painstakingly illustrated, while others look crude and slapdash.
-Some animation sequences are poorly named, causing most programs to display them in the wrong order when importing.
-The folder structure is all over the place. Want some rocky ground? No problem, just go to \jungle scene & platform\rocks .........or......... mini packs\spaceforce\terrain ............or........ \landbuilder ..........or......... who knows where else. Searching won't always help, because not all files are named helpfully.
-The pack is all over the place stylistically - pixelart, painterly, cartoony, 3D render, etc. - yet chances are that no one style is represented enough to really be useful for a whole game.
Because of the haphazard nature of the pack, and the uneven quality of the graphics, this isn't really suitable for anything more than a backup library that you dip into infrequently, for placeholders or starting points. That's all I personally needed it for, so it's done its job, and I'm reasonably satisfied.
However, for what it is, it's definitely overpriced. I feels very "quantity over quality", yet the quantity of graphics isn't even that great. At this price, I can't really recommend it.