This puts a lot of their books in the same price range as a normal new-release hardcover, and these are much better. I have their edition of Dune, and it's beautifully put together without being garish. The actual physical production is also top notch, and the binding feels like something that I could do pull-ups with.
They have a pretty good variety of stuff, if obviously not as wide as a traditional bookstore. But I have my eye on more than a few:
= Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro
= Fear and Trembling by Soren Kierkegaard
= Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco
= The Art of the Bible by Scot McKendrick and Kathleen Doyle
While not on sale, I've also been thinking about their edition of The Handmaid's Tale (in part as a hand-me-down to my daughter) and some Dickens (specifically A Christmas Carol and A Tale of Two Cities).
Their edition of Crime and Pusishment also looks good, but I still haven't lost hope that I'll be able to read it in Russian one day.
The one thing I'll note is that it can sometimes be hard to figure out which translation of a non-English work they used, so you may be rolling the dice there (I still get salty when Constance Garnett's translations of Dostoyevsky show up, rather than being consigned to history, although thankfully that's not the one Folio used for Crime and Punishment.)