There isn't really anything not to like about this set. The only complaint I have does not so much concern this set as much as the Wolfpack in general, and that is the fact that they all had beards or patches on their eyes. I think that Lego should have released a few of the Wolfpack figures with the standard smiley face heads for better troop building. More Wolfpack sets would have been welcome as well, but considering they were supposed to be a small band of thieves, I would say the sets we did get did them justice.
I agree wholeheartedly. Smiley faces on more of the figs would have been great, in fact when I first got this set when it came out (I think the first I ordered from S@H by myself) I stole town fig's heads for the one w/o an eye patch. I thought it was neet to see a castle guy with a patch, but the more lI stared at the catalog the more I wished that they had only put it on the head guy back at the tower.
On to the set. I think the blue is great. A black wagon blends too easily into the background, the blue really lets us kow it is there in a moc. I have purchased two total. The huge load of weapons is one of the things that first really attracted me to the set. The Wolfpack were awsome when the came out, and I've always had a soft spot for them. I thought it was neet to have a band of robbers I could send my knights after when they weren't battling the evil dragon masters, or amongst themselves.
Anyways, I say it's a superb set, and Lego should really take another lesson from the past yet again.
In His Grip, Chris