I had it for a while.
You end up with a bunch of the same thing from different companies. It seems like every box has a deep-diving crank and a package of craws. They might be bigger, or smaller, or a different color, or from a different company, but that's what you'll get. Also you end up with a bunch of bait hooks, so if you don't use live bait you won't have any use for them.
Some of the stuff is ok and some is cheap chinese garbage imported by off-brand companies.
I got tired of the bass box and went with the inshore box for a while also. The inshore box was about 1/2 the same stuff as the bass box - stuff that obviously wasn't made for salt. Some of it even had pictures on the packages of bass or crappie, or even walleye made by companies in Wisconsin and Indiana.
I liked Lucky Tackle Box better. You usually get better stuff and it wasn't sample packs with 3 baits - they send full packs. I let them both expire though because after a while I just didn't want more of the same stuff.