The Plans are nice and detailed with furniture and so forth. The accompanying blueprint form is nice, but I can't help but think that the bright white on blue is a killer on ink for any who want to print this. I would probably to go into an image editing software and flip the colors so that they can be printed without costing a fortune. Sadly a gradient on the background makes it slightly difficult.
The overlays are nice, the amount of work they reduce from the GM would be immense, but it is an overlay only. Sadly they don't offer it precombined so if you wanted it printed, it would have to be on a transparency or you would have to open up an image editing program and manually overlay it then flatten it.
They do include all the stuff to create your own security set-ups which is a nice little touch.
I do like that these work for the near future, which meant that they also work in many modern era campaigns.
If you plan on using this as part of an electronic tabletop, this split is GREAT because you could show the blueprint, then allow them to download the security plans, then when they are on site or get cameras you show the furniture and such.
But printing? The PDF for printing is actually TERRIBLE, it's 32 pages of full color (most of the 8.5"x11" page is a blue or black gradient) designed to be tiled out. If I was printing from home, a single one of these would kill the ink in my printer. I would rather print only a 4-8 page version if I were to tile it myself at home.
Then, if I took it to a printshop, the images would be MUCH more useful as they can scale them up or down and the multipages only server to hamper any printing.
I can't image using the PDF versions at all.
So If you want to print this and not have each map cost a fortune to print, I think The GIMP or a similar editing suite is mandatory. The amount of work to do so is minimal and If you want to display on a screen projector then they are great though you need to make sure whatever you are using can handle overlaying transparencies.
For future additions, I would like to see additional versions of the maps optimized for printing and maps and blueprints that have the security overlay already embedded so I have less work to do before printing (without replacing the versions that are included, each which have their own purpose).
Due to how expensive these would be to print, and amount of effort required to turn the map into a printer friendly version, I give it 4/5 stars. It is well worth a purchase -- but know that there is effort required before you print if you want money in your wallet or ink in your printer by the time you are done. That said, this pack is good and worth a purchase.