Rather than individual decks, it was much cheaper to order 216-card decks and manually divide them. This way I got four games' worth for about $11 each.
I haven't compared side-by-side yet, but my first impression is that this run is slightly lower quality than the first, which I got from Art's Cow (and cost $20/game). The colors seem a little muddier or maybe just a bit off. A couple of the cards at the top of the deck were chipped a bit along the edges, and the centering varies a bit from card to card.
We played a match and didn't find any glaring errors, and we also discovered a needed rule clarification. What happens if both people play 'Change Posture'? The ruling was that they cancel each other out, so each player retains their original Posture.
Overall, a productive night. I'm satisfied with the cards, and the price was right. Best of all, they're here in time for gaming this weekend!