The good: Style Ė for the simple aesthetics (trendy pattern/ruching) this is actually a cheap price. Even poor-quality similar styles often price quite a bit higher. Size Ė I got a full/queen, which I sometimes am hesitant about (I have a queen bed, and I find if it says Ďfullí it usually means itís going to be better sized for a full-sized bed), but there is ample side overhang which I consider a bonus. Weight/thickness Ė this is a lightweight comforter. I consider that to be a good thing, because, if it holds up, it will work in the warmer months, and I can easily make it suitable for these colder months by simply adding a blanket in underneath (I live in Missouri, so we experience all of the seasons). The less-than-good: Quality - This isnít great quality. The material is thin and the ruching is questionable. It LOOKS cute, but I have concerns about how it will hold up to washings. That said, I donít think you can typically expect a combination of cuteness and quality for this price point, so itís not unacceptable, really, given what you pay, and I often read reviews for similar items at a much higher price point with quality concerns, so I think the price balances that out. Color Ė I purchased the grey and it is by no means a Ďtrueí grey. Itís not a deal-breaker as my color scheme (white walls/sheers and cherry floors/furniture) doesnít require it to be. This is definitely a green-grey (think sage). Itís really only obvious in sunlight; at night it does just look grey. Iím including this information though, so that those needing a true or perhaps more blue-based grey will know that this is probably not going to work for them. Overall, I do think itís cute and fun, and would recommend it with the disclosure of the Ďconsí.