My son Ben and I have created a 24 x 18 inch poster of the Wasatch Mountains northeast of Salt Lake City, Utah, which we intend to publish. It combines 2012 orthophotography with a 2006 First Return LiDAR digital elevation model (buildings were updated to 2012), and uses the Plan Oblique Relief projection. Here's a link to a reduced image:
It's a 3D anaglyph and should be viewed with red/cyan glasses. The map seems to work well when viewed on the screen, but better when printed in color and laid on a horizontal surface, then viewed from the south from a 45 degree angle.
Like the old-time birdseye views of cities, it's more of a visual thing, but it may be useful to hikers, as well as to anyone who wants to understand the region's unique geology.
What are your impressions of it as a map product? There's no scale bar because different rules apply depending on the direction of measurement. Other details were left off to keep it simple, but if anything important should be there I'd like to know.
2i3D Stereo Imaging