his way of explaining is very good, he gives many examples.
The pack is very complete as it includes reading, vocabulary, kanji and grammar. I recommend them.
It has been a good tool to re-start in the japanse study. I studied it many years ago at the university but never used it for real and now during this pandemic time, I found myself picking up some activities from the past. I recommend this bundle 100%. I hope to make the most of it.
I suggest using this AFTER finishing Genki 1. The explanation of for instance the grammar section can be very brief and examples given are often too difficult without actually having some basic knowledge of the language.
Some remarks (practically): bookmarks for the PDF would be a big +. For now you can only use the INDEX page to forward.
Overall I think this is a very good source. I am absolutely beginner and I find some of the course is too advanced. The Japanese speaker Speaks too fast for a beginner. There should be a slow option.
Could there be an easier way to present the material to a beginner.
I find the author avoided the use of romaji. That really helps me to concentrate. In some other beginner textbooks, romaji is widely used which produces the effect of distraction.
In addition, the flow and layout is easy to follow.
I might consider buying N4 to N1 bundles if they are available.