It has everything you can expect from a 96A 56mm wheel. My favorite wheel should be between 56 and 59mm. Smaller will challenge your precision (nothing wrong with that tho) bigger will let you loose connection with the floor. The 96A sounded harder than they actually felt. Sliding however feels comfortable without feeling like Bambi on ice. And most noticable & surprisingly; lots of grip in the corners or when cutting corners. With hard wheels you expect to slide and loose balance in the corners. Good wheels however are not supposed to slip, they should have enough grip to cut your corners and keep up your speed. These wheels give you exactly that. In The Netherlands we hardly have any locations where a 96A wheel comes of use, the streets are no option, they will harm your knees, our concrete or pavement outdoor floors will harm your spine. On gymfloors they might come in handy, due to the rubberized top layer, that will make you work extra hard or worse; block your rolling completely, if your wheels are too soft.
-no rounded sides. But that is just my thang :-) and personal preference and has nothing to do with the quality of the wheels.
I am happy that Ginger Skates offered me a set to try. During the February 2016 Flowmotion Roller Skate Training Weekend at Es Quint Foundatiom in The Hague, I rolled around the wood floor and experience these wheels and its quality myself.