Well, the price is hard to beat.
Even Whitney gets $325 for these. Just keep watching until the color you need comes up. This is not the same guy I bought mine from.
Mine were 3 years old, it was very cold, and like I said, it was my own fault. I didn't adjust the striker bolt and the door was hard to get latched, popped open on the highway a couple of times. I got really PO'ed at it a few times and slammed the he!! out of it. The plastic cracked but the window still did not fall out.
I don't know where Steel Horse got the bad reputation, the only thing I remember hearing anybody complain about was the console. I've got some of their stuff on my Jeep and have no complaints and I am very hard to please. I can give you a list of references who can attest to the hard to please. The seats I've had for the last 8-10 years are Steel Horse Super Seats and have held up well to me sliding my 285 lb. in and out many times. There is no sagging in the seat or the side bolsters. They are very comfortable too especially considering my size.
I just noticed last week that there is a seam pulled slightly on the driver's seat after all this time. I just swapped it with the passenger side. If that wears out I'll either buy another set of Steel Horse or have these recovered in leather with heat.
I have no reason to promote Steel Horse, I have no affiliation with them, but I've had good luck with their products. Never had the console though.
I've replaced so many parts that my old Jeep has become my new Jeep.