I mean, I knew what to expect; since when do companies ever care about quality when it comes to Nintendo brand name products? Kids are easy targets. Still, I wasn't about to pass up having Luigi on my Wii-mote. But man, this is so not worth it. Hori screen "protectors" have always been worthless, they cause more problems than they fix, so I just threw that thing out immeadiately. As for the rest of the kit, ugh. The Wii U cover comes in four seperate peices, which are all papery and flimsy as heck, and a complete pain to install. One mistake and you risk getting it permanently stuck to itself and/or ripping it, ruining the whole transaction right there. The Wii-mote covers are a tad easier to install, but still impossible to get on without creating bumbs and creases. The adhesiveness is also crap, as certain edges refuse to stick on properly, so you'll always be left with little bits hanging off, no matter how man times you press them down.
You can find far better quality covers on other reaches of the internet, such as DecalGirl or other companies that take care and pride in their work. But hey, I knew what to expect, and I paid for it. Giving it two stars because at least it really DOES look nice. Having the Mario Bros on my 'motes is pretty swank.