sure the QR is different to what most people are used to but a few twists of the barrel adjuster is hardly difficult is it?
likewise the cable clamp when installed correctly is fit and forget.
at they end of the day these tick all the boxes being very light, very cheap and very powerful and come ibn lots of different colours
I've never had a problem releasing my brakes when I needed to remove my wheel.
It's been super simple for me. Clasp with one hand, drop the barrel, release the caliper.
Done. Out drops the wheel.
The only issues I've had with them has been centering the front after I've removed the wheel.
But, that problem disappears when I ride my bike for weeks at a time without removing the wheel.
Other than that, yeah. Cheap, light, strong, great not just for the money, but great period.
The only thing I'd ever replace them with would be a set of black Dura Ace 7800's.
OH snap! They don't make black 7800's! So, I guess we know what that means.
Besides, I'd have to spend more than twice as much to get anything noticeably better.
(I paid $175./shipped with SwissStop Brake Pads Stock)