To export several sets, go to the exporter. If you use the data I'd really appreciate a link back to Brick Insights. It keeps this site going.
At $50, this set does not aim to feel like one, large, complicated $50 model. It's not one single model comprised of over 600 pieces. No, instead they chose to give us a set with a lot of different components, it's a Technic set with a System mindset. And...it's okay. I think this set is a very acquired taste; for Technic fanatics, I really can't say this set offers you anything outside of pieces, the functions aren't groundbreaking and the design overall is mediocre. For system fans, this might be a good introduction to Technic since it follows a similar formula as many system sets, though to be fair, you again have the issue of "this set doesn't look great and doesn't have the functionality to back it up."
I think this is a good set that was fun to build, even the second model, and the addition of the motor did make it a lot of fun to play with. I think the RRP of £44.99 or $49.99 is a tad high but I found a couple of places online that were a bit cheaper and the price will, most likely, come down over time. Not a rush-out-and-get-it-now set but a good introduction to technic that's fun to play with.
I was pleasantly surprised with the set. Two vehicles and lots of play opportunity, some simple mechanism and a good number of panels (for those who want to use the set as a parts pack). There are 19 stickers in the set, and they do make it look more attractive, although the colour scheme of black red and light blue itself is already very nice.