I mostly disagree. Although there are rare cases where the box doesn't do the set justice, the grand majority of the art shown on them give an accurate take of what's in the set. It is after all what's supposed to be selling you the product. This means the sets are usually shown off at their best angle so the consumers can be enticed by what they're seeing,
Besides, most of my thoughts are based off of two of Jang's reviews and a high-res photo. I think that's more than enough to give some quick thoughts on 'um.