IF you buy them, buy them for the looks, they perform identical.
I have them on both bikes, and while they look trick, I and others have had thier issues with them.
Both sets of mine, when I installed them the initial time, I torqued the lines at the caliper to the recomended torque (can't remember but it is small) and both leaked like a sieve, so i had to progresively tightend them, until finaly I got both sets to seal, this may not sound like a problem, but it is, a couple of other owners, experienced the same issue, and lets just say ,the fittings at the end of the lines are made of a softer alloy and if you gorilla up on them, they will break, not good. So if you get them, I suggest starting with recomended torque, who knows you may get luck and then delicatly tighten them progresively till you get them to seal correct.
I honestly think it is something with the fitting that requires a seating in if you will, cause I have removed them and reinstalled them and they have never leaked again, but I went to right about what I remember them tightening up at.
If you do break one, Galfer most likely will not cover it under warranty, because you went over the recomened torque, so I would say buyer beware. I would suggest some of the new GP style lines that are out.