Don't be fooled by the low price.
I usually don't give five stars to budget equipment. Being good "for the money" isn't the same as being good, period. I bought the R11 mics for general stage use when I don't want other people using my SM58s.
When I opened the first box I was very impressed with the solid feel of the mic and smooth switch operation. Plugged in the sound is familiar and natural. It doesn't have a cheap hollowness or any noise at all.
Working side by side with an SM58 or AKG D5 the R11 takes a very small eq adjustment to match either. And it does make the matches. The three R11s I bought are as consistent as any mics I have. They sound identical to each other from a whisper to a shout. They are also very predictable and easily managed for vocal dynamics. For "working the mic" I find them comparable to the SM58 and *this* much easier to manage than a D5.