I am using these on a 35 deg wall. For my hands, the set includes 2 two-finger, 2 three-finger, and 2 four-finger pockets. All are 1.5 to 2 pads deep when turned big side down, and .5 to 1 pad with the small side down. There is a slight lip on the pocket on both sides, so it is positive in both orientations, and the texture is good and grippy. They stick out 1.5" to 2" from the wall, are around 3" to 5" in diameter, and have sloping sides. On less steep terrain, you could probably use them as slopers by grabbing the outside. At 35 deg, the big side feels like V3, small side is probably V4/5. If you want harder pockets, look to the Yaniro sets. The bolt hole countersink is wide enough that, if you run out of the usual Allen head bolts (like I did), you can use a regular 3/8" hex head bolt and tighten it down with a 9/16" socket. Bonus!