One of the Castles & Crusades products I was waiting for came yesterday: Engineering Dungeons. It’s a guide to building dungeons for C&C, primarily by random generation.
I find it fairly disappointing; it fails to add much to the established material on dungeon-building (as found primarily in the 1e DMG and the 3e DMG), and indeed lacks certain areas that I would have found essential for helping describe a good dungeon environment.
It also has the standard C&C approach to editing: dreadful. Tenses wander about the place, and the use of commas and apostrophes is often haphazard.
Then you get sentences like this one…
“These dungeons are very different than most others, as they are capable, usually, of moving, albeit, at a very slow speed.”