The problem with this product is that it's mediocre, and it's in a place where it's not really hard to compete. If you don't wanna make up your own names for something generic, you're probably not meant to be a GM. The names are fairly bland. That's the greatest flaw.
There's no Prancing Pony, there's just nothing that's really memorable. That's the flaw. There is a very binary checklist for evaluating this: Are the names engaging?
Sorry, but I just can't give this anything. There are tons of good online tools to come up with these names. Sure they may not create stunning results, but then you just push the button again. You can't push the button on this again. Writing for settings may have killed this, because I see a glimpse of potential, but it just can't get over the hurdle of mediocrity, and in a place where almost everyone tries, that's the only way to have any value.