I just got this game, haven't had a chance to play it yet, but I am delighted by how it looks.
The subdued yet rich colour palette, the sense of space and gentility, are just lovely.
This is clearly a pretty abstract affair - the whole game could be boiled down to fighting over a grid of numbers - and yet the aesthetics provide a surpising sense of place, and the victory tokens a satisfying completeness. No tracks, no irritating end game calculations - you simply score, grab the token and there it is.
I hope the gameplay stacks up, but this game's first impressions are a cut above.