Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this product for the purpose of this review.
I usually don't multi-class and I'm not a huge fan of the Rogue either. The feats contained within this PDF actually had me thinking of trying out some multi-class rogue builds, which is something I normally wouldn't consider. If you play a Rogue and multi-class, I suggest that you pick this up. It's cheap and and I think there are some fun feats for your multi-class Rogue too.
The Scenario was decent for skill based characters and non-melee focused combatants until the end encounter. The last fight didn't feel like it fit with the rest of the scenario thematically or in difficulty. If the GM hadn't kept rolling low, we all would have died. I was told about the 4 player adjustment after we barely lived through the scenario and I couldn't believe that someone thought it was fair for a party of 3rd level characters to get hit by 2 fireballs to start a combat.
The similarity between this cover and the movie poster for "Army of Darkness" is pretty freakin' groovy. The pose, background and foreground reminds me to hail to the king, baby. Even the smirk on Seelah's face reminds this primitive screwhead of the smirk on Bruce Campbell's face from that movie poster.
Similar to the previous reviewer, I am rating this based only on the cover. Shop smart, shop Paizo mart.