I'm working on this kit right now, I really love the way it looks. It's going a little slowly because I'm probably just an advanced beginner even if I like to think of myself as intermediate. The afghan consists of 12 squares, you knit 6 each of two different designs. There are a lot of color changes and you change direction by picking up and knitting stitches from the other sections (I think this may be how log cabin is done? Haven't made a log cabin afghan so I can't speak with authority). I find picking up the stitches a little difficult because many of the other sections (the diagonal and triangular ones) consist of decreases where it's hard (for me) to see how and where to pick up the stitch.
Also if you don't like weaving in ends, this may not be the pattern for you! Goodness I have never seen so many ends! I was tempted to just leave them hanging as some sort of bonus fringe
But all in all I'm not finding it too difficult and the picking-up-stitches thing is a good skill to cultivate, I'm really enjoing the pattern.