So, the PDF is out. Sadly, I feel this project should have been handled in a very different way. I mean, come on, no one here is a professional RpG author, but exactly for this reason a green author should stay absolutely close, and kind, with his base, his customers, his fans.
There's no excuse for those years of silence - no matter the problems Ian had. No one here was stressing for the time wasted, we all were hoping at least for a nice book.
And now, from nowhere, this apparently complete book (that it's a mess, however) maybe just to shut everyone up, and stay safe from the angry supporters: well, the problem isn't solved with a pachworked PDF. Maybe, if this document were released months/years ago, as beta version, maybe asking for the kickstarters' help to turn it in a better product, to give a look for typos, layout problems, bad moves, suggestions, hints for alternatives etc. maybe I (and others, I can bet on it) would have helped, spending time to point out the problems, to suggest how to obtain a better book.
And, instead, from nowhere this "complete" work (ehi, curiosity, did Ian already printed them, and sent them to the bakers??). Men, I hope Ian will spend some time to turn it into a better creature, or he'll gain an extra shitstorm from reviewers (and I see someone has already started), after the brown rain he got from kickstarters 'till now.
Best luck for the revision.