Gorgeous! But there is a proper learning curve to using it:
regular dye inks, not anything fancy, or Versamark if you want to emboss the inking.
Ink it up, clean off stray ink, lay it face up on the number one tab of the multiuse platform (no cutting mat under it!), lay your cardstock on top, add a cutting mat and roll it through!
I like the Letterpress plates in general, but found it to be a bit labor intensive when it came time to use it. It is too thick when teamed up with the platform (multipurpose,Big Shot) and I had to build my own sandwich with cardboard and several layers of stuff, then follow with the silicone embossing mat and the Textured impressions pad.
On the upside, once I'd found the right sandwich the results were gorgeous. So, "Yes, try the product. If you're into it enough to mess with different shims and things to get the results you want!"