The Good: Strong, cheap, available in tons of colors, pretty grippy.
The Bad: Paint wore easily, some pins snapped off, heavy, slight play in the bearings.
I'll start by saying that I used these pedals for three years, and only ended up replacing them to colour-code my bike. During those three years, they were a reliable and worry-free product. I didn't really use the grease port feature, because being a dirt jumper I actually wanted to minimize pedal spin. Though the pedals are certainly heavy, (523 grams I believe) they easily stood up to three seasons of abuse, which says a lot for a 40$ pedal. The paint wore off somewhat quickly and the end caps fell off, but this had no effect on performance whatsoever. After three seasons, a total of 7 pins fell off, but with 5.10 shoes they were still adequately grippy. I was also impressed with the bearings, yes there was some play but not a distracting amount.
Overall, a good value pedal that is quite strong and certainly cheap. A good candidate for a budget dirt jump or downhill bike.