Grabbed! Quick impressions:
Sure, coming from big symphonic libraries with all the instruments, articulations, solo instruments and all that, Jaeger of course feels a bit limited in that respect, but what is there sounds great, and I really like how you can easily adjust the mix and tightness to any point in between classic and in-your-face, superhumanly tight, and then also have a nice set of easily accessible sound design features as well. Also, lots of nice hybrid braams, drones, risers and all that. Definitely a library I’ll be using, especially for hybrid scores and the like.
(Unfortunately, the amazing sounding vocals and some other stuff in Jaeger can’t be installed at this point due to an issue with Native Access or something, so I can’t say much about that yet.)
Talos adds some massive sounding french horns and low brass in the same style, with the same design/processing options, and more designed hybrid sounds.
Legacy seems to be a goldmine of effects and loops - and I don’t even care much for loops generally, but these are more like rhythmic textures and ambiences; focused, and easy to play and layer as desired, and again, with effects for easy sound design.
Trailer Guitars II is rather loop centered, which I’m not a great fan of, but still seems pretty versatile. Also, another bunch of nice textures, drones and whatnot. Plenty of inspiration… I’m getting a lot of Wolfenstein soundtrack feel!
Cerberus has some nice kits (more “big drum kit” than orchestral), lots of mics, plenty of loops, and an unexpected gem: More designed atmospheres, hits and effects! Some really inspiring evolving sounds in there.
So, all in all, Legacy, Trailer Guitars II, and Cerberus are not quite what I’d look for normally, but turned out to be more interesting than I expected. Jaeger and Talos seem well worth the full price for anyone looking for that kind of sound IMHO - and the bundle is an absolute bargain either way. All of these contain stuff that I’ll definitely be using.