The Labyrinth Tarot is as easy to use as any other Waite-Smith style deck. It's plenty sturdy, as well, so shuffling it with gusto isn't likely to rip the corners or put creases in it. I especially like the Strength card in this deck. So many decks don't represent Strength very well, with images of women standing quietly next to docile lions, or reaching happily into a lion's mouth as if they're checking its teeth for cavities. The Labyrinth Tarot shows a woman actually getting into it like she's going to rip that lion's jaw off.
Here's a link to a site that shows off a lot of images from this deck, as well as other work by Luis Royo: