These are great shapes to introduce beginners to more difficult-to-grip shapes. The edges are incut tangling from 45 to 60 degrees, so they stay incut into steep wall terrain. On vertical walls, the incuts feel like 1-1/4" deep jugs.
For the more advanced V4+ climber, you already know that you are laying your fingers over the lip of the hold to grab it. On average, you will get a full finger pad deep plus an extra 1/4" of depth. This means these holds accommodate large hands well.
The incuts have a realistic look and feel to them with natural angle and depth changes.
On a 45-degree overhanging wall, I could set hard V5 and easy V6 with some tracking. If you use smaller feet than these holds on a traversing route, you can get to V7.