The Tower is an example of the painting style of the Majors. I love the fluid feel of these, the energy and movement they contain. This Tower is something between a woman and a tree, with a lake behind. She has become stuck, rooted to the spot. Her back is to the water, not examining her emotions. And she is unwilling to look at her situation, hands half over her eyes. This is when we most need a shake-up, when we are detached from our current reality, and from our own emotions.
Finally, we have a Minor, the Seven of Swords. An unusual image, with a fairy seeming to gather birds under the light of the setting sun. It makes me think of the interpretation of this card as being about research: this fairy might be gathering information from or on these birds. Of course, it could also be open to very different interpretations: from environmental activism to a message about not putting all your birds on one branch :D
Altogether, this is a beautiful deck, with a lovely whimsical feel. Whether or not you can deal with the difference between the Majors and Minors, though, may well be a sticking point for many.