Okay... Many of you know how I feel about the cheap knockoff props that are floating around out there on ebay. Instead of the DJI label, they're labeled oxox-o. Anyway... I'd been following the thread on the new 9450 props very closely, especially since I'd been planning to pick up a RotorPixel gimbal. Well... The gimbal's here so I went to the 9450 topic on here and, due to a fellow member's recommendation, clicked on the URL he so graciously provided and purchased my props. They showed up at the door a few days later and they were, of course, the oxox-o knockoffs. I promptly filed a case with ebay and very quickly received a full courtesy refund. I get to keep the props. :roll: :lol: Now that I own them, I ran them through the same tests that I'd run on the old oxox-o props. Their original props were quite unbalanced, had a funny leading edge and the threads were horrible. These were well balanced, the edge more closely resemble the DJI 9450 props and the threads fit my balancing rods perfectly, although close inspection of the threads show that they're not even close to being as clean and professionally finished... That being said... Here's an image of a 9450 DJI hub... And here's one of the oxox-o hub. Not quite as clean. They didn't bother to polish off the excess left from the molding gate. Here's the edge of the DJI 9450 prop... And the edge of the oxox-o prop... Still a bit different I hate to say that they seem to have made a number of improvements. I may even attempt to fly with these things.