Your choices and their definitions: Superior: You really like it so much that you went right out and bought a box of it and the 5 pre-constructed decks along with the starter CD-Rom kit and you've sworn off all other sets and will only play decks that are made up of 7th Ed. cards (and not the originals from an expansion set) and/or you thought it was well researched & developed. Excellent: This set is the 'stuff', you liked it enough to play in an all 7th Ed. booster draft where the prize was a <foil> Vizzerdrix and/or you thought it had a nice feel to it in that not too many broken rares were in it and Wiz Co. did a nice job of making it. Good: You'd never actually be seen buying a booster of 7th. but if someone left one on the floor you might pick it up and open it and THEN return it to it's owner (with the rare missing, of course ) and/or you thought Wiz Co. could've been nice enough to print your favorite rare (Black Lotus) but generally don't care much about the set. Fair: You're insulted that someone (YOU KNOW!) actually bought some packs and then used the cards in their deck that they've just beaten you with and/or you could care less about 7th. and you still are waiting for Wiz Co. to make you in charge of the R & D department so that your personal agenda can and will be met. Poor: THIS SET S**** B** DONKEY *****! You will personally decapatate the next fool who purchases a booster pack of 7th Ed to the point where it's not that unconcieveable to stand outside of your local card shop all night waiting for the store to open and watch every customer that comes in the store and give them a verbal warning of their fate if they even attempt to but a SINGLE 7th Ed card let alone a booster pack and/or you didn't know Wiz Co. released another core set because you're still looking to complete your Unlimited set and are wondering why everyone keeps talking about this GW Bush guy (Is he the new president or something?) <Editor's Note: You see, you're so stuck in the past about Magic that you don't even know what year it is >. Other: Since it's most likely none of you will cop (cop: slang term meaning 'own up to') to one of the opinion options above that this selection is your way out of commiting to an answer and/or you're too serious about this topic to even participate in such sillyness .