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I agree with the folks pointing out that the material is similar in nature to the player companion and campaign setting books from PF1, as presumably is intended since this line replaced those lines.
I suspect people who didn't buy those previous lines and only bought the many PF1 core books are probably going to be disappointed by the more specialized nature of the material. Similarly, people who bought *everything* for PF1 are likely still feeling a bit option-starved, and just want more of everything, not necessarily region-specific archetypes or ancestry feats.
I like the Lost Omens guide approach so far, at least more than I did the campaign setting/player guide combos. I think the quarterly release schedule will help keep me from feeling buried in content I can't or won't use, and as the various contributors get more familiar with the final PF2 rules, the mechanical options will probably be more dialed-in.
The people wanting more crunch might want o stick to the main rulebook line. The whole point of a line named after the setting is that it's going to have setting material.