I use the Cherokee Sport Fusion and Featherlite series. I have 4 1/2 dozen... I like them and usually don't have a problem with getting birds to lock up wings.
They were used the almost every weekend during the 12-13 season. I'm down to 3.9 dozen, between holes from being shot, plastic ripped from throwing them (weight rips the plastic connector), and random holes and leaks, but most of them can be patched, I'm just half lazy.
4 dozen fit into an army duffel bag
Moderately price, specially after the season is over
For inflatables or light they still hold up decently (for reference, as a kid and teenager we hunted over deeks brand decoys my dad owned)
Don't require a lot of weight to keep them in place
I think they move nicely even with little breeze
Plenty of room left in the boat
Compared to Deeks they don't deflate or sink in rough water...Deeks tend to no work well on windy days or rough water
Even deflated they float
Not as sturdy as normal decoys
4 dozen in a duffel is still heavy as ****
Time spent inflating and deflating sucks, but we've got it down pretty quick...I blow or deflate, wife wraps weight and string around decoys head and packs....Cold hands also suck.
Don't throw well
Not a lot of cons, but I'm telling you know they won't be decoys you will have for 10 years. But I still like them. I spent all of the 12 season walking to my duck blind. This is the first year I've had a boat and I still find it nice having so much room in the boat with 4 dz decoys.