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these are all awesome packs and sets. my son got three different ones for xmas, (he's just six years old) and he had them put together in two days and was playing away! **That's not to say they are easy or that all six year olds would do that... he's just obsessed and he'll sit with the instructions and work and work til it's done. The sets are very detailed with fun moving parts and people from the movie scenes. great sets!
The Mill itself is quite small, but does have some real playablity with the wheel. I certainly had a lot of fun posing the figures and recreating the fight scene from the film whilst taking the pictures for the review. I think this is a license that fits extremely well into LEGO form and it should be a big success.
Not as good as London Escape, but still one of the stronger sets in the line because of the playability factor. Seriously, you could add on as much as you wanted to this set to reenact the scene from the film to the fullest extent. Add minifgures, buff out the tower, build a beach and forest, even add some pirate ships. The possibilities are endless, which makes this set superior to, say, a spaceship or the like where your choices are limited. I would suggest this set if you can afford London Escape and Isle de Muerta first.
Overall, the set itself diverges too much from a scene that was already terrible. The minifigis seem a bit shorted in comparison to other sets, only 4 in a $40 set. The price-per-brick isn't too bad in the set, especially considered to other lines, but there's just not enough to it. It's an ugly set with all those flat panel walls and stickers.