Giving Bruegel's Music Room puzzle 3-stars means I rate it "average" for an Artifact puzzle. To me, Artifact puzzles are already so much more engaging and interesting than run-of-the-mill non-wooden puzzles, so the Music Room is still above average compared to most puzzles out in the world. However, while enjoyable, I don't think the beauty, piece construction or complexity can compare with the numerous other Artifact puzzles I've now done, which all rate 4-5 stars in my book. To be fair, I was given the puzzle as a gift (actually how I was introduced to Artifact), so it isn't one I chose myself. But reflecting on its modest size and relatively low complexity, I wouldn't pay the current price for this puzzle, while I am happy to treat myself to other juicier puzzles in the Artifact catalog, at the same price point or higher. An element of this puzzle I find distracting is that the beautiful cloudscape, and actual spatial depth of the image, is strongly broken by the dark burn discolorations around the edge of each piece from the laser cutting. I don't know if this is due to the light color of the sky or an older cutting technique that has now been improved (I received this in 2016), but such image distortion seems far worse on this puzzle than on any other I have. So, yes, enjoyable, but there are many other Artifact puzzles that I find much more worthy of the financial investment.