I recently just finished Paizo's Rule of Fear and Undead Revisited. Well, technically I still have a few pages left in Rule of Fear, but I'll finish that today over lunch, and I'm anxious to talk about while I've got a few free moments this morning.
I continue to mostly like the Pathfinder Campaign Setting series (formerly the Pathfinder Chronicles series) and am looking forward to a number of upcoming titles, although as some of my reviews of the series also show, I've decided to look before I buy, and only look at the titles that sound really up my alley. For upcoming releases, I've got my eye so far on Lands of the Linnorm Kings (i.e., the "viking" sourcebook), Horsemen of the Apocalypse (the third of three fiend-centric books, and the most likely to be truly innovative and new of the three), Dragon Empires Gazeteer (the sourcebook for the Pathfinder Orient), possibly Mythological Monsters, although I'll be taking a really close look at that before I buy, Distant Worlds, the Sword & Planet sourcebook for the rest of the Pathfinder solar system, Isles of the Shackles, the Pathfinder pirate-themed area sourcebook, and Lost Kingdoms, a sourcebook on half a dozen long-lost ancient empires (and presumably whatever legacy they've left behind.)
Not a bad line-up at all, and frankly, most of what they've got on the schedule has at least piqued some interest from me. Kudos once again to the intrepid Paizonians for some stellar setting development work.