I have been using a Tom Teasers Hoochie Hen this season and here is my 2 cents:
The call sounds great and is easy to run, it doesn't take alot of air to operate. Great on the basics - cluck, yelp and cut. A little too raspy for me to get a good purr out of, but it is a great dominant hen yelper. Plus you can do a pretty decent job with soft calling on this thing.
The real down side is longevity. I have worn this thing out in about 5 weeks. Don't know if that is typical or not, but just my experience.
On a side note, the problem I have found with mass produced calls is they tend to take a lot of air to operate and I have a difficult time getting softer calls out of them.