After the second pack of Daniel Mari 100p I would like to give a personal review as a reward to the community for having drawn my attention to these strings.
On my spruce top Kohno they have a firm, dense and well focused sound character, with good separation and very high dynamic without distortion or buzzing, in particular on the inner strings. Very even and balanced over the entire fretboard and with good sustain.
The trebles are the fastest settling Nylons I ever tried. Almost after half an hour w/o any means to speed up this process they are almost stable. The intonation is flawless and the intonation stability during playing is par to matured carbon strings and better than any other Nylon strings I played.
I would like to address another superlative to the G string. The best Nylon G I ever played. Not tubby at all, with excellent sustain and a nice singing quality.
The basses I would describe as very pure and focused. Less weight than HB or Oasis Sostenutos I used before. Sustain is also less but in no way short breathed. "No, they're just right!" comes always to my mind, whenever I consider to switch back to other basses with mire sustain, weight etc. They level out strengths and weaknesses of my guitar in a very nice way and are by now the best overall string set for this guitar.
This being said for a guitar with lots of bottom, a strong top string voice, good sustain and pronounced resonance at g, as the result may be different other guitars of course.
The gauges of the strings are very odd. Normal to medium tension on low and high e (0.71/1.08), a rather thick b (0.85), a very thin g (0.99), a super thick D (0.79) and a rather thick A (0.89). BTW their gauges are different from Ramirez Medium tension strings. This combination is really unique but the lucky coincident is, that my individual string combinations had been very much in this direction!
As being said before, supply is the main drawback but fortunatelly there is even one source in Europe to order them!