I had to return these because they were dangerous to use. Very difficult to get in and out of. I have done many long distance rides including across the country twice. This is not a novice opinion.
I use this on my Urban commuter bike. They are easy to get in and out of, and the wide platform makes for a stable platform in case you don't get clipped in crossing an intersection.
I bought these for my gravel bike, and so far, really like them. They come with a Crank Bros. cleat, so not SPD compatible. Theres a spacer for the cleats as well if you need it to clear your shoe tread. They have a pretty nice release, and thanks to the broad platform you can take a moment to clip in again. The platform design adds to a feeling of stability when youre flying over rough terrain.
They are milled very precisely, and actually have pretty sharp edges, Ive slashed my legs up pretty good. You might take a bit of emery to those, unless you favor the scarred-up look.