The mannequins arrived yesterday and of course I HAD to test those. First of all: It's a mannequin so you can't expect them to be moveable like a contortionist. Really! Get the idea out of your head.
If you keep that in mind the mannequins are pretty cool. I bought both male and female because I need them for mag work and it's easier to take a pic of them and base the sketch on it than constructing the whole thing? I am lazy, right? But it's okay... If you get a call like "We need illustrations ... like.. .yesterday" you have an idea where you need to save time to get the rest done IN time.
The couple costs around 50 bucks -for me the price is okay but of course consider the price as worth thinking twice about buying it.
What is pretty cool is the male shoulder piece. You can switch it carefully into two different positions (front, back) depending on how you want him to look like (crouched or hero-pose ;) ). The only problem I see with the male mannequin is that his right arm is pretty uncooperative which means a lot of patience and smooth "goodaammit, moooveee!".
One female test which shows what you can actually do with them. Pretty nice, eh? I like those a lot. What a pity I have to work on different things now >_<
If you have any questions about those lemme know. :)