Glad to see you've been putting more work into this Helium3, the maps look sharp and I like the flagstone effects. However, I did have a few more brickbats
1. Lighten up or change the coloration of the background surrounding the maps. Although maps 5-7 stand out well against what you've got, but maps 1-4 "blend in" with the background. That's not good, as you want your map to stand out from the background, not blend in. Also, I do not know if your maps are meant to be printed out or used in something like virtual table top, but the way you have them set up is very ink intensive, using a lot of black ink in the area surrounding the map when it might not be necessary.
2. The light "line" around most of the mapped sections is a nice, subtle cue that the section is part of something larger, but it would be better to use numbers or a small transparent mini map with the relevant section highlighted to give a viewer an idea of where the map sections are located in relation to other map sections, what you have now is a bit confusing.
3. A table showing what colors and symbols represented what and the scale would be a definite improvement.
All in all, I'm very impressed by what you've done Helium3, just keep refining it and you'll have something professional grade.