Haven't lad them long enough to comment on the wet grip but they have a nice and tacky feel in the dry.
I'm not sure what you call the piece with all the little tiny teeth (1st pic), it grabs on to the shift rod sticking out of the engine. Anyway, the Dan moto one is a little too big and I need to clamp it in the vice first and it's still not a perfect fit but it works.
You see the two bolt attached to the footpeg that bolt to the rest of the assembly? Those two bolt holes are too big for the bolts so there's some freeplay unless you torque them down. I just applied some downward force with tightening, not sure if they wanted it that way or not.
Also, in order to make the rear brake light switch fit you need to add a spacer and longer bolt to move it out of the way of the master cylinder. You can see my spacer and out of place black screw in the photo. I'm still trying to get it to work but I didn't feel like messing with it anymore.
I'm installed rear sets on a Hypermotard and it was awful. I think messing with footpegs is always going to be a pain in the ass because of all the levers and linkages involved. Keeping that in mind this was a piece of cake and a no brainer if you've been thinking about getting a set for specific purposes. High end rearsets are $550 for a reason and these are $175 for a reason.