I bought some of their rocker guards a couple years back. It looked like it was packed by a 3rd grader & I don't know how it even made it here. The hardware didn't make it - the 'box" (term used lightly) was coming apart & the guards were flopping around inside. Yes, all 100+ pounds of them. Of course, the rockers were unfinished - I knew that going in. But they beat the box to shreds. Marcus got me new hardware, but I was so soured by the total lack of quality & pride in their product, I sold them & bought some from Nemesis.
The Nemesis ones arrived wrapped in plastic encased in foam, tightly packed in a segmented box, and the box was wrapped in those nylon straps. The pride in workmanship was completely different & it showed. It also showed in their price too, but you get what you pay for.
I also checked out a couple of friend's bumpers. Sure, the design was cool, but in all honesty, the quality of the welds & fitment wasn't anything to write home about. Nothing like my Gen-Right bumpers. IMHO, PSC is in a different league, and it's not a great one. But, they have a popular name & cool designs & sell a lot of stuff, so my opinion is in the minority - I'm OK with that.
I've since heard their quality & packaging improved & decided to give them another shot. I bought their aluminum fenders, front & rear. I'm in the middle of installing them right now. Their fender design, IMHO, is superior due to the inner fender bracing. Their quality, however still isn't up to the standards of folks like Nemesis & Gen-right though. Still had weld slag in some places, all the brackets had burrs on them, the right side didn't match the left side (slight variation). The finish - although bare - looked *nothing* like the bare Aluminum Gen-right bumpers I have. Those are clean enough to leave bare (on my dark blue JK) while the PSC flares aren't. There's still some discoloration around the welds (from flux? not sure what), and the surface is sandblasted into a very rough finish, the facets of which glisten & reflect the sun - waaaay too bright. "Bare Aluminum" is not "bare aluminum" everywhere you go.
However, their packing & shipping have improved dramatically. They were packed just like the Nemesis rockers were, all nice & tight & safe. Good job there.
So while I like their designs, their quality of build gets them a C+ in my book, maybe B- at best. At least now I'm confident they'll arrive safely. And I did get the correct ones.
Just my opinion from my personal observations - your mileage may vary.
2011 5.3L GM LC9 Aluminum LS V8 Conversion w/ Custom Dyno Tune
Aluminum Genright Bumpers Front & Rear - Aluminum Nemesis Rockers
PR44/RCV/Reid Front - Superior Rear - ORF Front / Poly Rear Cage - ORF Tire Carrier
RK 3.5" Springs - Fox 2.0 Adjustable Shocks - JKS Arms & Trackbars - Poly Steering