It's great to see that the system automatically prompts authors to select a particular license that complies with the chosen funder's policies (in this case an RCUK research council was chosen). However, troublingly authors are able to circumvent the funder's preferred option by choosing one of the other 2 Creative Commons licenses available, neither of which are acceptable to RCUK research councils. What is perhaps more troubling is the use of the word "preferred", when it should really say "required".
The author will then have to agree to the rights statement and publishing agreements, after which they will be given an order summary:
Armed with this sort of information we can better support researchers who come to us with questions as we can talk them through the process and see exactly what they see.
We would like to extend a special thank you to our confidential informant for providing us with this information, keep safe out there.