When I first looked at the sealed box, I was really impressed. It looks like a real copper box. It even shines like it. The indents of the lettering is awesome and it gives the box a cool feel to it. When I opened the box, I was expecting the cards to have that same metallic copper looking print in the back design. I was disappointed. It was on the same level of disappointment when I bought the monarch deck. The box looked awesome, but the cards not so much. I feel like they're missing the special ingredient. Metallic ink to make the cards shine a little. I feel that this is the second time that T11 produced a deck where the box looks cooler than the actual deck. I care more about the card design than the casing. Don't get me wrong, the design is fine. I would even say it looks great! But why have a name like Steampunk and have gears and wires in the design without having a metallic print in it to make it shine a little like the box. I feel as if the box should be a preview to what's inside. I didn't get that full effect with the cards. I know that this isn't the review Theory11 was looking for, but I don't want to pump rainbows and flowers into something I don't care for, otherwise we'd get the same product every time in different packaging. There would be no room for improvement. So this is why I wrote this review. To ask Theory11 to make a card box with metallic ink that matches the cards. Not saying that the whole back side of the cards needs to be all copper looking like the box as in Steampunk. But a skinny/medium sized design to really make the backs and court cards pop. That's all. Other than that, the quality of the cards is great. I think T11 knows what they're doing by now with quality of the cards so there's no worry there. They handle beautifully. They're a little slippery, but that's natural with new cards. Fans and spreads are great, and once broken in will only get better. The backs make the deck look more classy actually than what I think they were going for. Not a bad thing at all. I can see myself using these at weddings and in restaurants. I'm not going to rate this deck on a scale from 1-10 because I feel that that's pointless. You've read my review, so I believe you can rate it for yourself. Whether you decide to buy it or not is up to you.