It's probably best to check what type of machines they sew them out with, Commercial or Home based. We used some when we first got started, and they were made of homebased machines. We had a SWF 1501c which is a commercial machine, and had a terrible time sewing them out.
We know pretty quick based on our class from SWF that the designs had too many stops in it, and wasn't made for our machine. Luckily, the vendor gave us our money back.
If the design was created by a good digitizer you shouldn't have much of a problem. Try one and see how it goes. Usually they have a free sample for you to try.
I've used their designs on both a Viking home machine and commercial tajima, and for the most part have gotten decent sewouts. Some of their designs are better than others, but I've found that to be true with my Amazing Designs and Dakota Collectibles stock as well. --Liz
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