Pros: Sturdy, precise, adjustable. Priced very well compared to competition
Cons: very few games support brake vibration under lock.
The solid aluminum pedals and base feel very sturdy, even when in the most manic of situations when racing. there's No bendy, wobbly plastic to take away from the immersion of trying to modulate throttle and brake while navigating a corner. If the pedals are too close together or far away, you can adjust pedal plates accordingly. Also, you can replace the springs of each pedal with springs of your own choosing if you find the ones provided are too soft or too stiff.
These pedals also feature magnetic, contactless sensors that aren't supposed to wear down like the ones featured on many other popular pedals. Sofar, they've gone over a year strong with any of the problems I experienced with Logitech pedals or standard Fanatec pedals.
One very special feature of these pedals is the load cell featured on the brake pedal. The brake pedal is actually pressure sensitive, which makes finding the the threshold right before tire lockup much easier. You'll find yourself being more consistent with braking as well. Some games even support brake vibration when the tires lock. Alternatively, if this is not available, you can configure the brake to vibrate when pressed down a certain percentage.