For the money, I do not believe you will find a better value in a decoy set. Some advice...these are hollow foam decoys and come packed into a box, so they are quite flat when they arrive. Blow them up and while holding a finger over the hole, use a hair dryer set on medium to high and heat the creases for about ten seconds. Don't hold dryer too close, but simply heat the creases where the decoys collapse. Keep your finger over the hole while the decoy cools and it will stay in a fully inflated state. You can repeat this process if the decoys become mashed from carrying in the field.
My set came with the seams falling apart so I could not restore their natural shape since one is supposed to blow into the tail hole to inflate them. They are very compressed in the package. One clothespin was missing entirely (never glued on) and another fell off. The rest of the clothespins were crooked, the color was an unnatural silvery dark grey. Foam material was so thin that I would not expect them to last in use (if they had been worth trying). They went straight back.
I'm used to more high end goose and duck decoys, so i was a bit concerned about the cheap, shiny foam crow decoys that came with the order. Took them out for a hunt and sure enough they worked like a charm, getting crows into gun range. they ain't pretty but they do the job. Who needs a Fred Zink crow decoy anyway!