I'll have to see what the screen looks like first. That'll be the deciding factor for me.
The player facing side of the screen is beautiful. The center panel features the cover of the WFRP rulebook basically, those two armoured characters fighting it out. The side panels contain 4 pictures of villains.
The reference on the gm side is adequate. It's not that it's sub-par, it's just that I've seen much better summaries. The only bit that really put me off was the Rules Reference section on the left side. That was wasted space in my opinion, but it would be invaluable for a starting group, where you could just read off the page number the player needs to reference when they ask a question. ("Look it up in p. 14"). But I have the living index pdf, so I can use that to much better effect, since I also keep my laptop handy while GM'ing.
I'll probably just sticky the reference sheets I want over the parts I don't like, and no harm done. That's much easier and less costly than having the screen printed on thick cardboard
There are additional cards: location and item cards, most of which were quite useful.
There are also Nemesis cards, also pretty neat, like Party Cards but for NPC's. There's already a few of them that I want to integrate into my current campaign.
There are several cutouts. Several really big ones for Daemons and Skaven type monsters (biggest ones released so far). Also new tracking tokens that are green and have a distinctive symbol on them. Perfect for tracking NPC's and the like, making them very distinctive to the other chits. I really liked this, as often my tracking bits would get confused. There's also a permanent progress tracker (Event, 2 green, event, 2 red, event), that's one whole piece so it won't come apart on you. Pretty useful to have a generic tracker already built for you.