Bought them. Even went through the process of painting them but was unable to install mine successfully. I attempted to pair them with an H&R rear 26mm swaybar and KW V2's, but the nut/bolt of the endlink was touching the springs on both sides. Instead, had to stay on stock plastic endlinks.
I intentionally used the Moog endlinks all around on mine because they are SUBSTANTIALLY bigger and beefier than the OE parts, and the rear phenolic (plastic) endlinks just aren’t up to hard driving use.
The greasable joints are also excellent if you check them once a year and use a grease gun when necessary (not that often, but important).
Moog has been a higher end brand for suspension parts here in the US for a long time. I’ve installed their components (including wheel bearings) on customer vehicles for decades with very few issues.
The only real QC thing I have encountered is failure to include a cotter pin or grease fitting some of the time, and we’re talking maybe 5% of the time.
Do I wish their suspension bits came properly coated or painted? Yes. If you live somewhere that sees lots of snow or salt, such as the great white north, or the coast line, definitely hit them with some quality VHT primer and paint.
Here in Texas, I don’t believe I’ve ever seen any of their tie rod ends or swaybar links rust. And I see the same customer cars in perpetuity over the years for basic maintenance.
These cars do have a tight clearance up front for the endlink “sweep” when turning the wheel, so if you’re running camber mounts or aftermarket “anything” for dampers that’s push the links further inboard, always check the sweep with the SB link attached and verify clearance from the inside body. It’s just a good practice.