I personally think it's a great setting and very well-written, but it lacks some context for some of the cabals and political dynamics in the Consilium.

My personal highlights for the setting are:

- The Consilium is Cabal-aligned, instead of Path- or Order-aligned. Each have some strong themes going on.

- The Nemean is a textbook-failed-state thearch begging to be deposed. He's a bully with little interest in diplomacy and legalese, but otherwise he's pretty hands off regarding individual mages' freedoms.

- The Secret Concord is the Big Obvious...