I use these drums for both practice and jamming with friends. Plug your over the ear headphones or some acoustic system, and you will get an good response from the drums. The kicking and drum hitting can be heard in adjacent rooms, but it's a minor inconvenience for others.
The playability is great. My friend, who is an actual drummer, suggested these, as they give the same feel, as playing acoustic drums. When I sat down at acoustic drums, I was quite adjusted to them, thanks to Mesh Kit.
Features, are good, I can plug my headphones and practice rudiments with the built in metronome, which is so-so, but for practice, it gets the job done. You get the set in the picture, and some drum sticks. I recommend buying a drum throne and some monitoring headset for these drums. You can hook up your laptop with this set, using USB type-a to type-b cable (not included) and use them as a MIDI input device, on your favorite drum software. Also, the Line-In allows you to hook up your phone or other audio player and play along your favorite tracks, using simple audio cable.
Sound seems synthetic, although it's not that bad, but you can clearly hear the difference on acoustic drums. There are about 20 built in presets, of which I personally use 5 of these. I mostly practice to play rock/metal in far future, as drums is not my primary instrument of choice,
On quality, I must say, that this is a very well built kit. When you get it together, it will stay that way, dont forget to use the cable ties, some of them are actually included in the set. Also, don't forget to use carpet which sticks to Hook-and-loop (velcro). The pedals are already equipped with the sticky hook part and together with a quality carpet, you won't have any unnecessary movement.
On other notes, I was surprised on how little space the drum set uses. This is perfect for an apartment building. And from what I have heard, It's easy to pack this drums up, after playing and put them somewhere, where it won't bother anyone.