That's the exact same kit I started with not to long ago. Like others have said, it has its pros and its cons.
The biggest pain in the rear I've found with the kit is honestly only the scale. It's accurate, but I just hated waiting for it to settle every time I set the pan on it. Another issue I had with mine is that the wooden ball came off not to long after I had it, but I just crazy glued it on and it's been fine ever since.
As for the powder thrower/measure, it's not as bad as it might seem. I've been able to get the same weight out of it multiple times in a row....so long as operate the handle with the same "aggressiveness" each time. However if your looking to get exactly xx.x grains each time, I'd set it so it throughs a little less powder and just trickle the rest by hand. If you just want to reload for the small bit you'd save, it'll get you with in .4 grains each time. (Least for me it does).
All-in-all, I've got close to three hundred or so rounds reloaded with it and I haven't had any thing except the ball issue with the kit. So I guess you could say that I'd suggest picking it up, but also buying a digital scale to go with it.