I bought these to use in conjunction with the small Golfus edges set #3. I currently use set #2 as the predominant handholds in a problem on my 35 degree wall, with a couple of the #3 holds in there for an increased challenge. The rest of the #3's are set as feet, for now, and I will rotate them in as I get stronger. The #2 holds are half-pad, in-cut crimps with nice rounded edges. There is room for four fingers, and they hold well in both a half crimp and open crimp position. On the 35 degree wall, these are V3/4 holds if set as a ladder and in the most positive orientation. Rotating them or forcing bigger moves would definitely yield V5 and up. Likewise, swapping in more holds from set #3 will also up the game. I love that Atomik is creating series of holds of the same type (like the small Golfus crimps, as well) in groups of 5. These sets allow you to create progressively more challenging problems, just by swapping in holds from the next set in the series, as your skill and strength improve.