Overall I would say that I really like this furniture set.
I think someone obsessed with fit and finish would be disappointed by them (pictures below), but I am not one of those guys.
All pictures below were taken with a set of Proppers in official Crye MultiCam as the background. Umlaut states that the furniture is all done by a subcontractor who is also licensed to use official Crye MultiCam and based on how well the furniture blends in with the Propper gear, that seems evident to me.
They say that a water transfer printing process is used, but I don't really know much about that method. What's interesting to note, however, is that the pattern separates at the seams. For example, take a look at the top of the CTR:
This doesn't bother me, but it's worth noting. Otherwise, the pattern is quite continuous, even looking consistent over the dimensionally complicated body of the CTR.
The process also seems to leave a micro pattern in the solids, almost like a moire pattern. This isn't a camera trick though, this pattern is actually visible to the naked eye up close. Unless your face is right up in it though, you won't notice it:
There are some spots where the full finish doesn't look like it completely took to the furniture, like the edges of the ribs in this photo. Note the tiny specs where the pattern is missing, although the specks just show a light khaki base rather than the black color that these handguards started with. I don't know if that means that the pattern was applied in layers, but it would seem to be the case
Here you can see where the finish is flaking off completely from the TangoDown's trap door. This is completely expected, however, as the door is a soft, pliable rubber. There's no way you're going to get something to stick on it:
But however the vendor applied the camo, they even painted inside the plug:
And the inside of the handguards have a misting of color as well:
I was able to scratch the color off from the metal heatshields with my fingernail, but it doesn't come of the actual plastic furniture this way:
The pattern actually goes down into the vent holes of the handguards which is a nice touch. Note again the specks of missing pattern on the ribs:
Overall I think the furniture looks great and blends right in to other MultiCam:
Like I said, I'm quite pleased, especially because I know it's a better job than I could do with a rattle can. That said, those of you who are anal about fit and finish might be turned off.