Oh boy, do I love full fenders. So, these guys- very easy to install (provided your frame has the necessary braze-ons for fenders), shield you from all sorts of road filth, and give your bike a dignified look.... which you are welcome to ruin as you cruise through the mud with a unhinged smirk on your face.
Bike Planets Cascadia fenders just went onto my Road/Cross bike for commuting. I have disc brakes and the fender kit went on super easy with the spacers that were provided with the kit.
They are quiet and provide protection from the elements.
I installed these fenders on a vintage 1985 Miyata. The supplied hardware was great and already had some lock-tite preapplied to the threads. The rear installed the easiest, but I had a little trouble getting the brake bridge clamp installed without rubbing the tire. I tried a few orientations with it attached to the brake bolt, but those rubbed the 700cx28 tire I had installed. I ended up sliding the clamp forward so that I could zip-tie it to my rack. The front fender's brake bridge clamp needed to be bent to keep from rubbing against the lower portion of the headtube, and I had to dremel off the top inch of the rods to keep them from hitting the shifter cables on my downtube. All in all, the kit was well packaged and seems sturdy enough for the price.