This is essentially the first recipe that children learn: take cornflakes, add molten chocolate and then wait. It's conveniently all done for you and in a nice box but how does it taste?
The choc is much more a coco-pops affair than proper cooking chocolate and gently turns the milk light brown. It's not a dark choc either and is light enough for all the family to eat. This means, however, that it's nothing too special and he same effect can be obtained by going halves and putting coco-pops on top of plain cornflakes. This is probably also a bit cheaper as these come in the smaller more expensive boxes of a 'premium' cereal.
File under interesting novelty (unless you are chocolate obsessed) and carry on.