I will just add my vote here, people before me said just what I feel. It is a great help for any GM, speeds things up nicely and looks good. The board itself is solid in making, no complaints.
Only 4 stars because I almost ripped one of the magnets in half trying to get it out of the magnet sheet, another one got a tad damaged.
As was written by others before me, the material itself matches Paizos usual high standards and is without a doubt useful to anyone playing in Golarion.
What stops me from rating 5 stars is two things:
The whole book feels a bit like it is just a bit of a overview on the pantheon and I felt left with a a need for more indepth information (which is often provided in the APs). So, if you use this book just to give new players a glimpse of the pantheon to decide which deity to attach your cleric to, that works, but not much more.
What actually bugs me more is the unusual high rate of mistakes. On the first 2 pages alone there are three mistakes and that is not anything I am used to from Paizo.
VERY lightweight in my oppinion. I mean, they do what dice are supposed to do: You roll a D20 and it gives you a pretty random number from 1 to 20, no complaints so far. And I am not even sure why their weight irks me, but it does. I am oldschool, I own dice that feel about twice as heavy. I rate 4 stars anyway since it is in the grand scheme of things a minor complaint, and they are indeed beautiful as was pointed out. I use them for Carrion Crown, which I think they fit well.