Here's a completed base as an example. The Incubi is not completed. I still need to clean up a lot of the stuff on him and finish the gems.
The Good: The bases made by Secret Weapons Miniatures are sculpted very well in my opinioin. Easy to paint and look great when finished. Note: you don't have to fill them in with blood. They are perfectly fine when painted normally, but I prefer them this way because of my army theme. The resin is soft and easy to work with. IE Drilling, Pinning, Cutting Pricing is very fair in my opinion.
The Bad: They're light. This poses a problem with metal minis and minis that aren't completely centered.
The bases are slightly too small to comfortably fit a model that doesn't have its legs ramrod straight below its body. I'm sure you could tell this from the first pictures. Some filing/cutting has to be done in order to fit one or more of the feet over the edges of the base.
Final Verdict: I love them. Minor frustrations aside, these are great bases for certain armies. A pro painter could put out even higher quality than I did above. I've got thirty 25mm bases and five 40mm bases to deck out a good sized portion of my Dark Eldar. Once complete, I've already got a display board theme all mapped out. Blood Orgy!!
Definitely worth the very reasonable price that Secret Weapons is asking.
I'll be putting up a tutorial on how to get the blood effect within the next couple days.