I can tell the difference between cheap shampoo and expensive shampoo. Really. The cheap stuff leaves my hair feeling gummy and there's an overpowering odor of cheap cologne that lingers long afterwards.
Hanz de Fuko, despite it's almost naughty name, leaves my hair feeling squeaky clean with a subtle and pleasant scent that says "clean with classy." The conditioner (something I rarely use on my short hair) takes a little of the squeak away but doesn't overdo the protective coating- it never feels like I'm stepping out of the shower with lotion on my head.
The styler is very thick and lives up to the "clay" moniker in its name. I have to really work to get the product on my fingers and spread it around. But whatever hair it does touch, I find it extremely effective at shaping the hair as I want it. It's just so dense and near-dry that it takes effort and time to get enough to do the job.
The styler has near to no scent, so it won't compete with your other hair or body products. That's nice. I hate walking out of the bathroom smelling like a fruit plate! 5 stars for quality, 3 stars for price (I just abhor the high cost of shampoos- such a greedy industry)- so 4 stars overall.