If you want games that you can just pick up and play, this has them. If you want creator owned content, right here. If you want gambling gods, monster teens, knight wooing, or multiversal dreamrealm protectors? Yup.
One of the great things about the this digest is that each game is bringing something completely different than the others, but none is so large that you can't just jump in and play with only a few minutes of setup. That means that groups looking for something quick can choose a game and start playing quickly, perfect for one shots, waiting for someone to show up, or just "let's try something new." I particularly enjoy Used Grimoires and Clerics poking at how the very serious presentations of certain classes and powers within RPGs often juxtapose with how players actually experiences them. Otherwise known as "for once, just stop throwing yourself down the dragon's freaking gullet, fighter!"
The Great Instrument is also deserving a shout out, because who wouldn't want to be a grand hero from a grander lineage working to reactivate the grandest mecha for a climactic battle to make the world a better place? That's cool stuff just waiting for cinematic moments. And, again, you can pick the digest up, grab a few supplies, and be playing quickly without the burden of mountains of prepwork sometimes inherent in roleplaying.