Variety is the theme in this set, just as you will find from Set #1; however, Set #2 is more positive and can be used by the advanced climber in roof sections.
The triangle-shaped-looking hold feels like you are grabbing an old-school phone book with one hand. It's thick and beefy with places for your thumb.
The second hold has room for two hands and has a 50-degree incut, which means that when set on a 45-degree wall, it still has about 5 degrees of incut.
The third hold has a more traditional "bucket" design which can be used as a jug on all angles, including roofs. It feels VO on low-angled walls, V1/2 on a 45-degree wall, and V4 on a roof. On a roof, expect this third hold to have one to one-and-a-half finger pads deep that is downsloping. So not an easy jug in a roof.
The granite texture and design on the incuts match the face of the hold, so you can expect to find where you want to grip just as you would when outdoor climbing.