Pros: Pretty. Thick.
Cons: Sloppy manufacturing (bolt holes did not line up with each other). Had to sand down scrapes that were already in the sliders from rough handling at the factory before I could paint them. Not truly wheel well to wheel well. nutserts are the devil.
Comments: I believe I paid less than the list price on these, as I was ordering a bunch of stuff from Savvy at the time, and received a discount on some items.
For ME these sliders were a complete PITA. I had several issues, and would like to think I simply got a bad set of sliders. So, I won't knock Savvy too severely for them.
MY issues were, the sliders weren't quite wheel well to wheel well (1/4-1/2 too short), the bolt holes didn't line up on the different parts, and had to be wallowed out to make them work (something I didn't notice until after I'd already painted them), I was shorted some hardware, and never could get a nutsert tool from Gerald (apparently they ran out for 3 months or so).
I also had to clean up some pretty nasty scrapes on them when I first got them, in order to paint them. That's a minor cosmetic issue, so whatever...
They are pretty, and they are thick, and they seem likely to handle a good hit.
I just got super pissed off dealing with them, and having to modify them to install them. In the end, if the tolerances were better, I'd rate them higher, but for what I got, I wish I'd just bought another brand, or made my own.