They came out amazingly! I got the MOQ to see how my borderless lineart would turn out. I have to change the design next time I order because I messed up a bit on my file, but seeing seeing my art come to life and having it literally at my fingertips is amazing!
I decided to give these a try last minute and I'm so glad I did! Compared to the popular popsocket style, there are both pros and cons.
Pros: It feels really sturdy and the joints move very smoothly. The button stays in the position you move it, which is nice. The image on the button is sealed inside the epoxy, which means it won't wear off over time (which is an issue I've had with popsocket style buttons). For me personally, the button doesn't hurt my hand or leave imprints if I hold my phone by the button. I do this often while watching videos since it's just more convenient. lol
Cons: Can only tilt left and right. Because of this you need to make sure that you place the button in the correct orientation on your phone, so that it can be angled to the correct sides. The image plate is also fixed to the base, meaning you can't swap out the tops for different images.
Overall I really like these buttons! I think the biggest downside is that the image plate can't be swapped out, but if you don't care about changing the image then these are wonderful! ^-^