Pros: Easy to use, Features, light, good protection, good flexibility
These gloves are both light and protective. They are nicely articulated and the modern materials allow for good flexibility. The palms are very soft yet have a grip layer on top to help hold the stick firmly. I found I did not really need a break in period. You may find it takes a session or so to break them... but they are more or less ready to go immediately.
Be aware that these gloves are pretty snug around your hands. The Vapors are a little loser. The snug fit does not detract from the flexibility or performance, it is just different than any other hockey glove I've used over the last 35 years, including Canadian, Cooper, SherWood, Graf, Easton, and Nike Vapor's for the last 5 years.
I think its the snug fit that also makes these gloves pretty warm. Leaves my hands sweaty, which is unusual for me. I also think these were a bit on the expensive side. $125 seems like a better price point (I think the price is being dropped to $120 around now anyway).
I've only used these five times in the last few weeks so my opinion might evolve and I can't speak about the durability. Overall these are nice gloves.