I actually think the mixed cereal would be fun. Instead that's just the demo version... and inside are 6 separate containers? What's that saying? That they want to pretend we're all the same and equal, but they really want to profit by keeping us divided?
(I assume the real reason is it's hard to keep them mixed well, as the heavier cereals crush the lighter ones, or settle to the bottom... but it's weird that their marketing doesn't match the product. 6 small mixed boxes would be better).
I can't imagine this will play well for Kellogg's in the long run. It's also ironic if you know what a prude Kellogg (their founder) was. The guy would not have been OK with this.