Overall, nice picks for not a lot of money. The biggest downside for me, though, is the rounded edge. I would rather prefer a sharper edge, as it makes a ton of difference in terms of accuracy, especially for metal. On the other hand, the sharper the edge, the less durable it is. What I mean by this is that, after some time, you will shred through the edge of your pick and it will eventually become dull and, as a result, playing gallops or tremolo picking will become noticeably harder. If you play for a couple of hours everyday, it is usually a dream that your pick lasts for a week. In practice, it may become dull after 1-2 rehearsals, depending on your technique. So it is really a question of how much money you can pay for your picks, as they are, like strings, are not meant to last forever.
If you are just starting guitar, you will probably enjoy these picks. They are nice to touch, reasonably grippy, though nothing special. And they will last longer than sharper picks. They might be okay for beginner practice, however, if you can spend a little more money, I would suggest getting something like the Ibanez Grip Wizard series picks, as they are supperior in terms of texture, shape and, most importantly, sharpness. If your aim is to play as clean as possible, sharper picks can make your life significantly easier. For genres different from metal, thess picks are probably okay.