To anyone looking at this that has never bought any stainless steel before:
Be careful of the grade used!
This set is 18/0 stainless steel. These two numbers represent percentages of alloys included, but the important number in stainless steel is the second number. This represents the percentage of nickel used. What does nickel do? It prevents rust. Where is flatware often used? In wet environments. Where does this leave us?
If you were to hand wash and dry this flatware, you would never see an issue. However, by putting them in the dishwasher or otherwise exposing them to wet environments, you will see them rust like nobody's business.
So, as a bit of advice from a moderately experienced kitchen guy, avoid these. Yes, you will have to pay more to get decent flatware, but buying 18/8 or 18/10 stainless steel flatware is an investment. If you want cheap stuff that might rust, but definitely won't last several years, buy these. If you want a great set that will outlast your kitchen, look to spend a little more. This is about the price you would pay for a single 4 place setting set of decent 18/8 or 18/10 flatware. As far as brands go however, Oneida is excellent, no problems there.
When shopping for *anything* stainless steel, be careful of the grade used. If the box does not list a grade, or you see 18/0... avoid. This applies to pots, pans, flatware, pretty much anything stainless steel that you would purchase.
Hope this post helps anyone that was considering purchasing based purely on the price. My warning boils down to this.. research before you buy. 18/0 stainless steel in flatware that will essentially always be wet is like investing in a motorcycle when you live at the North Pole, it's just not the best idea.