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Anyway, volume three holds up to the quality and durability I expect from whiterabbitpress. Unlike volume one and two, it does not have the hiragana/katakana cheat cards or charts but at this point, you really shouldn't have to be using them as a reference so it's a plus for me.
These cards also include tons and tons of vocabulary and kanji compounds and is very helpful in displaying the way the ideograms are used but not all cards have 5 ways such as 朕（チン/ちん） or "Imperial We". I mean there's only one way to use that! Not all words are so uncommon though. Some are very common like "tongue", "immediate"/"prompt", "boil"/"cook". Lots of more valuable kanji to learn.
I would recommend this to anyone that is serious about learning kanji/japanese and has already learn the first two volumes (1050 kanji) and for people studyiing for the JLPT N1.
I do have a few minor complaints, however, that have kept me from giving the cards five stars. (1) Only the most common "on" and "kun" readings for each character are given, omitting some that are not unusual and that, in some cases, appear in the examples given. No "nanori" readings are given. (The explanation given is that limited space restricts the number of readings that can be included when, in fact, there is plenty of space on the reverse side of the cards.) (2) In a few cases the editing is sloppy so that there are misspellings. Abbreviations are occasionally used whose meanings are not readily apparent. (3) While the sets, themselves, are arranged in learning or usage order (that is, Set 1 contains basic kanji, Set 2 intermediate, and Set 3 advanced), within each set the cards are grouped according to radical and number of strokes rather than frequency of use or order of learning. At least to some extent, this seems to defeat the purpose of the "basic-intermediate-advanced" organization of the sets. (4) This is not a substantive issue, but the new cards, when their boxes were opened, emitted a pungent, disagreeable chemical odor, so strong as to be mildly nauseating and headache inducing (this seems to be a common problem with plastic products from China, where the cards were printed). With airing, the odor seems to be abating (or I am getting used to it?).
An earlier reviewer commented that a set he had ordered had been missing cards, so, immediately upon receiving mine, I counted the cards in each box. Each set was complete (the manufacturer packaging is very solid).
As far as Amazon's delivery is concerned, with free shipping, the cards arrived a few days after the promised window. As is usually the case with Amazon orders, they were securely packaged.
The above "complaints" notwithstanding, I think that the cards are terrific; I'm only sorry that I waited so long to order them!
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The quality of the cards is superb, and the design is very smooth and intelligent. 5 stars no question.