The original Ravenloft was hands down my favourite module back in the day. The Fortunes Of Ravenloft mechanic was one of the most innovative things I'd encountered in a D&D module to that point and holds up really well to this day. The other thing that remains striking to me about the adventure to this day is how huge and epic the story 'feels' while being confined to the old format of a mere 32 page adventure. It's well worth picking up both to understand why this adventure is such a classic as well as to connect with the birth of one of D&Ds most storied campaign settings and most iconic villains.
My POD copy was extremely crisp and clear and to be honest I did not encounter any of the issues some other reviewers mentioned in terms of lightness or legibility. The print quality was extremely important to me because the fantastic Clyde Caldwell artwork was one of the original draws of the product for me personally.
My one criticism of this POD copy would be that the maps were originally printed on fold out sheets and the way they're printed and bound into this finished copy means that one of The Spires Of Ravenloft levels as well as The Larders Of Ill Owen are a bit difficult to read and use. If you've gotten the PDF this is a non-issue but otherwise I would recommend sourcing a copy of the Castle Ravenloft map from another product (it's been reprinted MANY times) to use during game play.
[5 of 5 Stars!]