looks like we've got three groups here.
1. at first glance it's very forgettable. did the person who did this draw the land? if so, I wish this was more defined throughout.
the problem here for me is lack of colour. it would've been nice to see more detail on the land with some colour. perhaps coloured borders or names and the numbered territories detracts quite a bi.
could be a lot better but in a "has potential" way
2. to be harsh, it's a bland map. it's definitely passable by foundry standards but nothing special. the best part is the colours except for the southern two. puke and pink don't fit well.
3. the favourite. unique style and viewpoint. great symbols for army circles.
problems. viewability in a few spots is "tough" either because of the colours which I wish were same throughout each continent.
4. looks familiar
don't like the floating map. don't like the green. just not for me. don't like that a few of the colours are too close. green in honduras and el salvador (maybe even costa rica). orange/brown for belize and nicaragua.
like the symbols for the continents. like the legend a lot. title is cool too with the fading colour. perhaps this could be used on the land?
5. I realize this won't be helpful and will be somewhat telling about my feelings about this map but I don't have anything to say
again this is passable by foundry standards but nothing special about it.
If I had to rank them I'd go 3, 4, 1, 5, 2. If 1 and 4 team up for 1 to do the landscape but more detailed and 4 to add the flavour, you'd have quite a nice map. if not on this map perhaps on something else in the future.
3 really has to work on legibility issues throughout the map. this comes down to colour choice (blue is a VERY BAD choice for that northern continent), font choice, and although the perspective you chose is awesome, it does present problems with spacing in the north. not sure you can do anything about that.