Thank goodness, can you imagine them having 11 bundles and all of them absolute must-gets ? The current bundle shelf covers a wide array of topics, so it’s not strange if at the same time, one’s not interested in everything, and nothing is really up your alley. What’s more, just going through a few of those bundles will eat up an average person’s free time for who knows how long? I have yet to put any serious dent into the last eBook bundle I get from them.
Portia’s demo just crashed on me, not sure what to do with the December Monthly - and there’s DoD19, too. Decisions, decisions.
AFAICT software and other specialized bundles tend to run higher averages than games, and as the average goes up, and the gap closes, top becomes more and more of a no brainer.
Learn Instruments is top heavy which cannot hurt? And there’s 3 guitar courses across the tiers, with the beginner’s on top; it comes with a piano/keyboard course, too.