The Good: Weight, Strength, Stiffness, Feel
The Bad: Finish/anodizing
The bars I have on my current bike are 25mm rise.
To mirror one of the comments below, the vast majority of bars of this price seem similar in build quality. No doubt there are a few manufactures that produce bars that are either exceptionally heavy or too weak, however, the answer pro tapers certainly do not fall into either category.
In over a years use their performance has been flawless. They are very comfortable, with nice up and back sweep angles. The bars have markings/guidelines to enable the user to shorten the bars from their original 780mm length. I personally found this very useful, having now settled on 760mm.
The only slight criticism I have of these bars (similar to other users) is their finish. The anodizing appears to scratch very easily. Yes, it is only cosmetic, but if you are a bit OCD like me then you can appreciatethat looks are still important! No doubt the scratches are a result of user error, either through crashing or turning the bike upside down.
Overall, they are light, strong and perform as well as I could ever need a set of bars to. I think the best compliment to these bars would be to say they are nice and forgettable. Stick them on your bike and they do exactly what they were designed to do, no fuss!
When picking bars I reckon most manufactures are on a similar performance level and that appearance and price will most likely dictate the type of bar used by most riders. Needless to say though, I would fully recommend the pro tapers to anyone based on my experience.