Pros: Tight Weave, Colored sleeving has no color bleed, Ordered by the meter, Melts easy for heatshrink-less sleeving
Cons: White sleeve does have color bleed.
When I finally got around to purchasing the sleeving, I noticed another benefit to this sleeving. DIY Modding sells it's sleeving by the meter, which may seem like a trivial detail, but for my project, I needed about 12 meters of sleeving in each color. Ordering from Nils would've forced me to buy 8 meters of sleeving I didn't need. This is a great help for someone like me who has a tight budget.
On to the sleeve itself. The sleeving has a nice close weave when it is tightened down, so for all colors except white, there is no color bleeding effect.
Unfortunately, the white sleeve does have some color bleed, but it's much easier to just have to replace your white sleeved cables, as opposed to all of them. You'll most likely run into color bleed with white sleeving, no matter what the brand.
I chose to use the heatshrink-less method of sleeving and I highly recommend it. It was much easier than I expected. The sleeve melts quite nicely. DIY Modding sells pre-cut heatshrink that is too large to be used conventionally, but works fantastic for holding the sleeve in place while you melt it. If you plan on going the heatshrink-less route, I highly recommend picking them up too.
The crimping tool from DIY Modding also does a excellent job, the crimps have nice long fins and the tools bends them down snugly.
All in all, this sleeve definitely deserves a place in the modding community. The sleeve can rival, if not beat MDPC sleeving anyday and I would highly recommend it.
Check out the the site at Sleeve-Modding.com