The Good: thin, durable, comfortable
The Bad: slippery when wet
I've been running the Sunline logo lock on grips (thin version) for over a year and I've been very happy with them. Keep in mind these are very very thin grips but at the same are comfortable and durable. Iinitially thought that since these were so thin that they would wear out faster than most thicker grips but that hasn't been the issue. The grips are comfy but you can definitely feel the thinness of the grip and you can feel the handlebar through the grips. I do find that these grips may add to arm pump on long descent versus when you are riding with a thicker grip.
I've used these in various conditions and even on super hot days when my hands were sweaty the grips stayed comfy and gripped well. The only gripe I had so far with them was that I did find them a bit slippery when wet (especially without gloves).
So overall if you are looking for a thin grip and don't ride too much in the wet I would strongly recommend these. if you do ride a lot of wet conditions I would recommend a different grip perhaps one that is thicker.