Firstly, delivery was quick but I can't understand why Thomann dispatched a seperate, large, box for a small plug adapter? Seemed a bit of a waste to me.
The drums seem to be of a reasonable quality, pads are pretty responsive and cymbals are decent. The frame is a little wobbly, needed some serious tightening up. The frame is also not suited for taller players, I feel the pads are a little low and I'm having trouble getting them higher for more comfortable playing.
The pedals look the part and the bass pedal is quite good, but, the hi-hat pedal leaves a lot to be desired. You have to depress it fully to get a response, so unlike a real pedal, and the contact doesn't always produce a sound...I'll be replacing that with a better one.
The sounds are ok but, they have a false sound to them and have a lot of 'aftersound' like a buzzing decay, I don't know if that is standard across all of these kits, but if I was using this kit to record or play live I would be highly upset by it...luckily I'm using it to brush up skills and practice.
The sound module is reasonably user friendly but sits in an awkward position on the frame and is quite difficult to see and change settings. It sits below the hi-hat, not a good position.
It sounds as though I'm giving this kit a hard time, but they are not too bad for the price. They would suit a learner who will play them in their bedroom, honing their skills until they graduate to a more professional kit.