A quick review of the Mythoard that I received (and finally got to open yesterday). If you've been following the community, you probably know what was in it: The Stone Fields of Azaroth, an adventure suitable for D&D or other fantasy systems, some dice, some Blue Dungeon tiles, the +10 Magic Items book, a poster from the Baby Bestiary collection, a newsletter, and a post card with a strange mechanical contraption on it. I guess the big question that no one has actually asked yet is was it worth the price. I must confess, when the package arrived, my initial reaction was "is that it?" Having opened the package, I am more impressed.
The dungeon tiles are really pretty nifty - I had looked at them previously, during the Kickstarter, and decided that they were a little pricey at that particular moment. Now that I've seen them, I know I want more - I'll have to see how they work in play. My group likes to be able to judge relative distances with minis, even if we're not all that rigorous about range and such, and I think some small squares will be perfect.
The adventure is a little grim for my current group (which has a 12 year old and an 13 year old playing), but I think we can probably use most of the elements of the sandbox town. The magic items will come in handy later...
The baby phoenixes elicited the appropriate response from the 12 year old, so I'd say those were a win, and the post card suggests some interesting game options. Further, you can never have too many dice.
So. I think I would conclude that the package WAS worth the cost, especially if you consider that the price was, at least in part, an investment in future packages. If you missed out on the last round, I would suggest looking at the next round when it opens on January 29.