For starship combat enthusiasts, good paper starship minis can be hard to come by, and this is by far the best set I've purchased. The Starships Set provides a wide variety of ships both large and small, with nice art and solid craftsmanship. The minis can be easily cut out and assembled, and the Powerpoint version allows you to easily customize the sheets to print out whatever combinations you want, as well as resize the minis themselves.
This set has only a few small shortcomings:
1) It lacks even the most basic instructions. These minis are not at all complicated, but even a sidebar to eliminate the guesswork would have been nice.
2) The copy claims you can assemble them as flats, A-frame or triangular format, but the minis themselves only come in one format -- so if you want flat counters, you'll just have to print off the whole thing and then simply lop off the unused portion of the mini. This is kind of wasteful, and seems like it could easily have been remedied by just adding a sheet or two of flat counters.
3) If you want to fit your minis to a standard hex grid or battlemat, you'll have to shrink them in the Powerpoint presentation and do some legwork -- the PDF versions are nice, but too big unless you're using rulers or tape to measure distance.
4) The larger minis have an assembly issue in that the back end folds down too far. It can be corrected by snipping off the end, but this seems like a clear error that should probably be addressed.
I originally gave this set four stars, as overall I think it's very good, but on attempting to assemble a couple of the larger minis, I have to downgrade to 3 stars. This is a good set that could really be great, and it's a bargain at the price, but it could use a little work.