I bought Libellus Magnus 2 mainly looking for some new and different spells. In that respect the product wasn't very exciting. The spells listed here-in are not bad, and don't exactly duplicate existing d20 Players Handbook Spells, but they aren't really that unusual either.
Also, a couple of the combat related spells seemed to be set a level or two higher than I'd have expected based on their damage.
The feats were kind of interesting, but there are only two of them. Probably if you want feats what Libellus Magnus 1 is for. Had I written the text I might have done one of the feats differently, but that's really a matter personal taste rather than problem with the mechanics.
The other feat has a skill rank pre-requisite which seemingly makes it impossible to obtain at the minimum caster-level pre-requisite unless there's some multi-classing taking place. Again, not a problem, but just not quite the way I'd have done things.<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: As mentioned earlier, the feats gave me a couple new ideas.<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: While nothing was very disappointing about this product, little of it was particularly innovative either. The spells were not exactly what you'd find in the PHB, but for the most part not very different in new and unusual ways.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Acceptable<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Satisfied<br>