The incuts on three of the holds are right around 30 to 45-degrees. What I love about them is the variety of incut and wrist angle changes between them. For example, one is low profile at 2-1/2" standing off the wall; your fingers feel close to the wall. Another measures 3-1/4" standing off the wall. The extra 3/4" of protrusion makes the hold feel a lot larger.
Set #3 offers a somewhat incut sloper on vertical and slightly overhanging walls. On vertical walls, this is a VO/1 set. On a 25-degrees overhanging wall, you can expect a V2 feeling sloper.
On a 45-degree wall, this is the set to get if you are looking for a V4/5 sloper.
Setting these as sloping sidepulls makes for some core-clenching compression problems because this set is still positive enough to make that happen.
Links to the sets in this series: