On one hand, I find the images colorful, and full of woodsy mysticism. But, on the other hand, I find the figures lifeless. A lot of them look as if someone took photographs and then roughly sketched over them, which would be fine except for the faces.
I have to say, though, the Robin Wood deck does have my favorite representation of The Magician that I've seen so far:
That manly beard! Those manly antlers! The pillar candles, the dagger, the wand....everything in this picture screams "TESTOSTERONE!" The only thing that would make it more male-centric would be to have the dagger depicted sitting inside the cup.
The rest of the deck is made up mostly of near-identical rehashes of Rider-Waite cards, but some of the Robin Wood ones look better than the originals:
I will also give this deck props for taking a different path on the Death card:
The Robin Wood Tarot is a perfectly good beginner deck, and a good deck for anyone who's looking for an earthier, more colorful version of the Rider-Waite. There aren't many original ideas in the images, but if it ain't broke, don't fix it, I suppose.