The reviews they allow
are all positive, lol.
Most all starter packages are cheap Asian imports made on inferior fiberglass trees with stiff, cardboard leather. They show wear to the leather VERY quickly, rarely put the rider in a proper position, and rarely fit the horse properly. And if you decide to sell it, you'll be lucky to get $50 for it, even if it looks brand new.
You're much better off getting an older used saddle of a quality brand. The saddle market right now is LOW and there are some GREAT deals out there! A high quality European made saddle is more likely to fit you and your horse, put you in a good position, have a higher resale value should you decide to sell, and will last a lifetime if properly cared for. I have two Stubben AP saddles that are at LEAST 30 years old and still going strong
. I bought the last one for my daughter for only $125! It needs some minor repair, but only cosmetic issues. It rides great!