Set #5 are shapes that are of the traditional upside-down bowl shape. They have clean organic lines and are a no-nonsense sloper—the kind of sloper every wall has.
Set #5 consists mainly of slightly incut slopers ranging from 5 to 10-degrees of incut. This means that on walls steeper than 25-degrees overhanging, you are in the V6+ range.
On vertical walls, expect V2. The slight incut gives a cobble-like feel to them. On a 25-degree overhanging wall, these holds are accurate to the sloper definition; expect V4. On a 45-degree wall, these slopers are all about body tension. At the easiest, expect V6 through V10.
Links to the sets in this series: