This bundle is theoretically great.A decision really should be made though on whether to do something about the servers, distribute DRM-free via Humblebundle's infrastructure as a stopgap, or wait for people to give up on trying to download their purchases legally.
Well, for the most part, you already have this content. While the servers are being slammed, you can continue to use the PRD:
And for the content that isn't there (setting, etc.) ... well, yeah, you're right. It's almost certainly going to end up just getting torrented into the ground. :-/
It strikes me as odd, really. I mean Paizo knew exactly how popular Humble Book bundles for popular things like Star Wars have been in the past, and they could have just stress-tested their infrastructure with those parameters in mind.
I can't help but think that the $400,000 raised so far would have been even more if their servers were up to the task...
But I've also been there as a sysadmin, and I don't envy them trying to run some hokey, probably Adobe nightmare as a large-scale production service. It's probably not amenable to just throwing Amazon Web Services at it and letting it scale as much as it needs. :-(