My first set of holds! Starting climbing and figured it would be nice to have a way to practice at home. Nice and grippy, and a nice variety that is easy enough for me getting (back) into it but looks like it'll give me plenty of room to grow into harder things.
One thing that did surprise me was the variation in depth of the mounting holes. It makes perfect sense when you think about it, and the tutorials say as much - a bigger hold probably has a deeper hole so the bolt won't stick out as much at the back - but I was new and didn't think of it ... so perhaps someone else who is new might not also think about this!
I bought the set with mounting hardware for a 1.5" wall (I'm mounting these to a grid of 2x6 timber (1.5" thick) rather than a plywood sheet) ... on a small hold, the bolt sticks out almost 30 mm from the back while for a large hold, it might only stick out around 12 mm. Wasn't an issue for me given I have plenty of clear space at the back but if you're mounting to something with less clearance, make sure you at least have the recommended furring strip thickness (1.5") between the back of the mounting surface and anything it will hit ... don't assume you can get away with less just because you tried out one hold (that might have happened to have a deeper hole) and it didn't hit anything, particularly if the space at the back isn't flat. Knowing Murphy's Law, the hole that coincides with that random bit of conduit on your wall will be right where you want to put a small hold with a bolt that sticks out too far!