When climbing on this set, the first thing to notice is that there is room for both hands on four of the holds. One hold has a deceiving-looking peak making it look narrow even though there is 4" of room behind it.
Because of their width, these edges are excellent for introducing matching hands on a single hold. The incuts are 4" to 6" wide, with enough room for eight fingers.
Once we get into 25-degree overhanging walls, the incuts of 15 to 50 degrees deliver a V3/4 feeling hold. The rounded lip of the hold continues flowing towards the back of the hold, creating a comfortable rounded edge.
On a 45-degree wall, most of the set is down-sloping which cranks their difficulty to V4 at the minimum grade you'll get out of them. As soon as moves are set dynamically, they feel more in the V6 range and could easily yield V8.