I've read. And reread. And re-reread the rules. It's complicated, yo. It difficult memorizing all the different actions one could take- Lamb Slam, Ewe Turn, Wool Rule, etc.
But, after a while I got it. Here's my flock once they entered Roger Ram's field:
Here's the blue player's control mat and the green scoring track depicting the different fields...
At that point, I hadn't reached the shearing field yet, where this guy wants to remove the sheep closest to him from the game:
The pieces are so cute.
So... The game is good. It's a complicated abstract strategy game, which sounds silly to me because it's just a game about a flock of sheep. But, the rules do make sense. Every so often, the sheep will panic (when they first jump off the truck at the beginning of the game, whenever the flock marker lands on a red space) and you have to roll a die to see which sheep panics and moves.
Also, if a member of the flock gets separated, there are rules on how to bring them back together. Because the flock always has to be together. Makes sense, right?