With Changeling updated now, the book has bookmarks, although they are not organized as plainly as Vampire, Mage, Promethean, or Werewolf, they are easy enough to follow, and there are enough of them to quick reference the book during play, so really, the way it's organized is a small slight, one I can hope they update in the future, but I'd be dishonest if I gave the book any less than five stars now.
I have little to say about the sourcebook itself that hasn't already been, said and a biased lense to view it through. I am already a fan of Faeries in folklore and in fiction, and of stories involving urban fantasy and modern magic. The darkly paranoid but beautiful style of changeling appeals to me more than mage the awakening, and the edgy way the game is presented makes it easy to draw not just intensely creepy, or tragic stories, but really any flavor of roleplaying from the uplifting to the traumatizing could be drawn from it without deviating from the game's canon very much or even at all.
For me this game makes the core of my New World of Darkness experience which all the other game lines supplant.
[5 of 5 Stars!]