I bought this set today for use in an upcoming Omega World game. I've purchased Arion products in the past (YOTZ minis) and have been pleased with the quality of the images and high production standards.
If you read the product description, it fully details exactly what you get in the set. There is one page of character miniatures set up on an a-frame arrangement and one page set up on tri-fold. There are eight pages of vehicles, one vehicle per page.
All of the character minis look human. No cat-people or two headed cows, etc. As I mentioned though, the minis are accurately described in the product blurb. However there is a range of clean and scruffy types, male and female, civilized and uncivilized. They could serve as humans or near-humans in a variety of PA settings.
The vehicles are arranged one per sheet, with all six sides represented. All of the vehicles are well drawn and detailed. The vehicles are as versatile as the characters. Again, there is a nice variety.
Image resolution is very good, even when zooming in. When printed out on a Kinkos laer printer, these are beautiful. Well, beautifully apocalyptic anyway...
Even with the wide variation on Post Apocalyptic settings, hese miniatures are versatile enough that they should find a place in almost any PA, Sci-Fi or even Modern game.