I like how big they are. They're massive, bigger than they look in the pics, you'll never miss the pedal under any circumstances, so your chances of getting hacked in the shin are low. The bolts mesh well with the tread on my Five-Tens... sort of.
Problems though: minor- nothing reflective. Yeah, I know we're all too cool to be caught dead wearing a helmet or whatever, but it's amazing how little you care about looking cool when you're 15 feet in the air because a car just hit you. Even less once you hit the ground and break several major bones, believe it or not. I'm not expecting a big chunky plastic reflector like on a kids' bike, but there's no reason they couldn't have a little strip of reflective paint on there. This is dumb, but easy enough to deal with. However:
Major- what you don't see in these pictures is that the part of the pedal over the spindle sticks up like 1/4 inch higher than the rest of the pedal. This means that unless you slide your feet so far forward that the spindle is under the arch of your foot, which is uh very incorrect, as your knees will quickly inform you, you're basically standing on two little tiny strips in the middle of the pedal, as if your pedals were just thin bars with no platform around them. It's incredibly uncomfortable AND it means all the nice traction spikes there are useless, because your shoe isn't actually touching them. So weird, why would you design it like this? Didn't anybody ride on these before they went into production?
I don't know if I hate these enough to replace them on the cargo bike I bought them for, but I'm definitely not buying another set for my main ride like I planned.
Thank you for your feedback.