I bought the 120 set, and they arrived right on time. I waited until after I'd used them a bit to leave a review. The biggest drawback with Ohuhu that I'd heard of when researching which markers to buy was that they had far more saturated colors than pastels. Personally, I thought the color selection was very broad, but that may be my inexperience talking since this is the first set of alcohol-based markers I've ever purchased.
None of the markers were dried out when I swatched them, and they have continued to pump out ink like nobodies' business. They go on the paper very smoothly. It is a little difficult to get super fine details with these nibs, but I've tried markers with brush nibs before, and they weren't much better, so maybe that's just the medium in general. I've found that they blend very nicely, even without the brush nib.
The chisel nib is a little difficult to control, but over the past couple of days, I've gotten more comfortable with it, so it's really just a matter of a lack of experience on my end. I thought that the range in colors was quite nice, as well as the range in various tones. One of the markers included in the set is a colorless blender. I mention that because I know a lot of people don't like/use colorless blenders. Recently, I've discovered that they are great for seamlessly blending a color into the paper, and I've been having a lot of fun with that.
Overall, these are great, and I'll be buying a second set as a gift for a friend. :)