The pyramid shape on the magnet is very interesting to play/experiment with. I bought two, the North and South versions. I am always interested in unique magnet shapes to experiment with different field types and interactions. New applications can be found. If a tiny version of the pyramid is ever for sale I would definitely buy multiple as currently the large pyramid interacting with my smaller magnets is a very overpowering field. Still, it is incredibly handy to have. One of my pyramid magnets broke, a very large portion of the base riding almost up to the tip broke off, when it collided with the other pyramid (opps, first time playing with strong magnets gotta learn their brittleness somehow.... Use gloves and goggles!). Once again... new shape, new field. Very interesting and cool to experiment with. Highly recommend one "strange/different" shaped magnet with any first time purchase.
I'd also buy another pyramid if the poles were split down the center on the Z axis if possible.
9/10 because I wish the brittleness of Neodymium magnets was more well known before the purchase. It was very upsetting at first but once learning that this is what happens always unless your gentle/know what your doing I was okay with it.