The print on demand quality is very good, with a few minor problems that prevent it from being perfect. There are a few double sided hand-outs in the back that could be cut out of the original - but they are presented in the print on demand in the wrong order, so they don't link up (which isn't that big a deal for me since I hate cutting up my D&D books and always photo-copied handouts anyway). Also the 'transposession roster' at the back of the book was originally on two pages, but have been shrunken down to fit on a single page, which makes them very difficult to read. Still an incredible bargain if you want a physical copy of this adventure.
[4 of 5 Stars!]