I use a lot of tilesets for D&D. This set has great quality color and an open layout. I really like the marble floor, the statuettes and the simple 3-D effects. It's big too, measuring over 3' x 2-1/2', fitting on two foam poster boards. The overlaying grid is just right for miniatures use. However, 3% overlay? Other tilesets I use cut off at the grid markers making it very easy to assemble the printed pieces. ProFantasy, please adopt this! The overlay is extremely difficult compared to the other method. Also, while I like the few tiles that are interchangeable, the choices are undesirable. Don't put monsters into the tiles. Creatures should always be represented by tokens or miniatures. Having a static representation on a map is useless. And the choices for tile C are bad, worse and awful. The statue of the demon is completely out of place, and the others are creatures.
Pros: great layout, color and most choices for fixed items.
Cons: 3% overlay instead of side-by-side tiles, creatures plugged into the map.