I used those for the majority of my high school local band days. Now that I'm limited exclusively to occasional home playing, I'll typically spend the extra on a different, nano/ploywebbed brand that seems to stay fresh and last much longer.
I've been using them for over 25 years now and they rarely disappoint in terms of tone and longevity. Just got done stringing up my '88 Warmoth Strat with a set of 10-46s in fact. This guitar has had maybe a dozen sets from other brands on it over the past 24 years - whenever I've felt like trying something different - but obviously I always go back to the Boomers. I have eight electrics and right now seven of them have Boomers on them.
I use 10-46 Boomers on everything but my L5-CES and ES-175, where I use Thomastik-Infeld heavy flatwounds. They sound good, stay in tune, have decent longevity and are very consistent from batch to batch.