Brian, here is the link. On the gymnasticbodies.com forum thread, I believe the link was expired.
I was considering Sommer's originally as my first bet, as I was looking into buying 2 or 3 pairs at once to fully accomodate the men's rings workout area in my gym. Right now, this isn't an issue anymore, so I settled on just one set as I only have one place to hang them in my home.
Ideally, at the gym, I'd have a rings tower and some ceiling wooden rings set up for swinging, and one high, medium, and low rings set up for strength ( muscle-up to handstand height, support to handstand height, and handstand height.
Hell, if I had the room where I live I'd set up 3 so I wouldn't have to bother resetting rings and my friends could work out too without having to share.
For 3 sets of rings, I'd be saving nearly 50% compared to buying 3 sets of Tyler's. I do like the Elite rings though much better than the Powermax or Rogue rings or homemade ones.
Nothing beats gymnastics wood rings, except these for the price, since those would cost 150+ which is the price of my mushroom and rings together or halfway towards an EGE pommel trainer.