I use these cables for 2 purposes:
1. To split a dual zone trigger output from an Alesis Strike Multipad to 2 mono trigger bars, a dual zone pad or foot pedals
2. To use the foot controlling functions from the Strike Multipad
It's doing everything excellent. I have had other, durable cables which lasted a long time during live performances.
It seems this will too.
It really feels solid. No glitches in signal transfer.
EDIT: even after more than 2 years of usage.
These are long split. Meaning they split almost immediately after the main TRS plug.
That's very handy if you split a stereo signal to triggers etc. wide apart, but in my case I made it into 1 tight cable with tie-rips (15 cm. but smaller tie-rips would be even better), only with a short split at the end.
(The Cordial CFY with the Neutrik REAN plugs are sealed together all the way, but you can tear them apart easily)
I also noticed there's virtually no visual difference compared to the double so expensive Cordial cables, they look very much alike..
I have only one point: I wish they sold these with angled jacks, optional back, front, or both ends. Because sometimes the bending cables are unnecessary and preventable with angled plugs.
Choice is always good.