Bit of an underwhelming steelbook. Still tempted because I'm a sucker, although I may hold out and see if it's still available when the game hits the $20 mark.
I wasn't exactly thrilled with the MHW steelbook when it released and it sat in a box in my basement until this past November. I was trying to trim down storage items and decided to look up its street value on ebay - afterall, it was a free pack-in. To my surprise, the steelbook was averaging around $45 (pre-fees, which reduced take-home value to $36). Since I picked up MHW with GCU (and got more than enough playtime out of it) for $48, after fees for the sale, I ended up effectively getting the game on release for $12 out of pocket.
A similar situation also occurred with the Fire Emblem: Awakening release for the 3DS a few years back, when the free Gamestop pack-in was a really nice artbook. Apparently the artbook ended up with supply issues and stores only got 1-2 (total) for preorders...which led to the artbook being valued around $35 on the secondary market. Effectively free 3DS games = good in my book.
My point - don't neglect the value of certain free pack-ins. Whether you capitalize on that value by selling or using, it still adds value to the purchase. Yes, it's likely that RE2 Remake will drop to normal Capcom levels within the next year, but if I can get it now with GCU + steelbook pack-in, then I'm already getting added value with the early access (and price).