I agree. Eberron is way more interesting to me. To quote some influences from wikipedia -- "Baker aimed to fuse the energy of pulp adventure and film noir settings to traditional fantasy settings and steampunk. The Eberron Campaign Setting sourcebook lists the following movies as inspirations for Eberron's tone and attitude: Brotherhood of the Wolf, Casablanca, From Hell, The Maltese Falcon, The Mummy, The Name of the Rose, Pirates of the Caribbean, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Sleepy Hollow. Baker said inspiration for the war-torn setting came from the unstable period of world history between World War I and World War II." -- That's just really different and intriguing. I also really liked all the interwoven stories they had in this game. The Eberron content felt like you were uncovering mysteries and piecing together clues. Of course I play the new FR content, but I don't care about these new stories. I literally get annoyed every time I need to go to Eveningstar to do something anymore. I found the Wheloon docks area pretty cool and creepy though.