A good choice if you're curious about ebony picks. The tone of ebony is a lot duller than I had imagined, and if horn is too bright for you you might really like it. I can't imagine how they sell these at this price, the contoured grip was really well done.
I wanted to try out some picks of different materials than normal plastic. In particular wood seems interesting for the added grip and for the sound. So I tried these picks because of the price point.
So, the picks have a very good grip, the molded fits for index and thumb are very comfortable. I also like the fat and warm sound they produce compared to plastic or metal picks.
The drawback is that is not wood, it's ebonol, which is basically layers of paper pressed to resemble wood (or at least this is what seems to be). It does not affect the durability of the pick, at least not in the short term, but it annoyingly leaves black smudges on your fingers.
Overall, they are ok for a first try with wooden picks, but I will probably try something not made of ebonol next time.