However, you don't have the first constructive post in this thread in 2019.
This isn't youtube, please refrain from commenting "first" in threads.
For some constructive comments, and to prevent this post from becoming a simple flame message:
I just read the first blog post on economy puzles, and I thought that it was good. I don't know if the blog is going to be centered on reviews or general cubing information, but I think that starting with a review was a little weird. It was informative and pleasant enough to read. I curious as to where they'll end up taking the blog.
Also, I ordered the face turning LanLan octahedron, and it's great fun. I've only spent about 15 minutes working with it so far, but it's proving quite the challenge because I don't have much experience with non wca puzzles. I know enough puzzle theory to solve most simple puzzles but with the octahedron, there are 4 axis converging on each 'corner' and the puzzle's faces only rotate three times, like a pyraminx. However, while the pyramid is essentially just a 3x3 with fewer faces and annoying center, this is it's own beast and I look forward to the challenge that lies ahead.
The quality is perfectly fine. While it certainly isn't modern speedcube material, it's better than, but fairly similar to a well broken in 1980 Rubik's brand.
E: because I typed this on mobile with auto correct on