I raised this issue a long time ago but the legend font has nothing to do with Haiti or the rest of the map. You have a map of haiti that kind of looks like a text book, a legend that has an old paper feel to it, and yet the font for the legend is some graphittish handwritten thing. it doesn't make much sense to me, and it also looks bad.
the issue i have had with this map for while is that there is no theme, or perhaps there are too many and they don't mix well.
the legend it self is a very poor use of space, it looks too quick and easy, not much care involved. Another thing that kind of annoys me with this map is that with all the other geography maps out there, there is something that represents that area, whether it be colors, iconography or other touches that add to the 'feel' of a place. But thats not the case here. The map is of the country Haiti but it could just as easily be someplace up, even fictional. There is nothing besides the basic geography that suggest anything Haitian, and given a culture so vibrant, why is there nothing evocative of this.
You have said before that its suppose to look more like a textbook than a Haiti-feeling map. O.k., thats fine, i have no problem with that. But if it is going to look like a textbook or atlas, whats with the very untextbook legend? The bottom line is that this map needs more unity. Of course it can and probably will get quenched in its currant form but that doesn't mean quenching should be the ultimate goal when the map is only at 75% of its potential.
More effort is needed here.