Price can't be beat. As long as they hold up to 2.5ft drop to rubber matts for deads I will be recommending them to everyone.
They are just as good as the rogue HG 2.0 bumper plates. The rogue HG cost 63 not including shipping. I got the titan bumper plates for 51 per plate during Black Friday. Not to mention that titan fitness has free shipping year round.
I have used many different brands of bumper plates and I have owned Rogue HG and Echo plates for several years now. The Titan plates are nowhere near the same quality as the Rogue counterparts - the Titan plates have inserts that are not set squarely, the coating is of lower quality (it looks like its splitting/weak at the seams), and they seem a bit looser on the barbell (as if the tolerances are a bit higher on the production standards). That said, I paid $1.13/pound for the Titan plates whereas the Rogue plates were just over $1.50/pound (this price is only available on the Rogue Echos and only if you buy a whole set). The bounce for the Titan plates is the same as the Rogue HG and Echo plates - nearly a dead bounce (louder with the Titan plates due to the higher tolerances at the insert).
I am not certain that the Titan plates will last forever (especially in an affiliate), but if you are looking to put together a garage gym on a budget, these plates will definitely get you by.
I spent a few nights contemplating purchasing regular steel weights for my garage gym. I really wanted bumper weights but I couldn't spend that kind of money, until I found these. I purchased two of each weight they offer and couldn't be happier. The middle ring on some of them look like it may become an issue down the road but I can't say as of yet. They do smell aweful at first. They smelled like a warehouse worker smoked a tobacco pipe next to them for months. Overall excellent buy!