Bethesda's done a great job producing regularly scheduled downloadable (some might call it episodic) content for Fallout 3 this year. It's done a somewhat less great job of posting that content in a functional state, though, with things like corrupted files and DRM-related installation issues preventing a lot of people from actually playing packs like The Pitt and Broken Steel until a few days after launch.
Today the fourth DLC, Point Lookout, is officially out there, and it looks like the most substantive release yet, with a new overworld map somewhere around a fifth the size of the landscape in the original game. But I can't help wondering: Does it work? Have you been able to download and play this add-on without incident? Is the fourth time the charm for Bethesda?
I'd be curious to hear what issues you've run into with Point Lookout, if any--or simply what you think of the DLC and what it adds to the game, if not. Post 'em!