I am looking at getting another set and found a Q galvanized one also. It looks like an amazing kit! I am leaning towards getting a metal set this time around after having mahogany in years past. The person selling the Q galvanized has it at a pretty good price also. It's brand new but it does have a couple of scratches on it (not the irregularities in the metal that I would expect with this). He offered to take a decent amount off the price so I am considering it. I'm a little OCD at times but it's easier to accept with the type of metal being used. I also found Q copper one I liked but it is quite a bit more (I guess with copper being used). There is also a Q set locally that has a glitter wrap with birch wood. I didn't know Q even used birch but it has a great sound.I picked up this Q galvanized steel set over the winter. They’re great drums, a little warmer and not as loud as the 70s stainless steel Ludwig set I’ve owned in the past. They’re also surprisingly light compared to the Ludwigs as well. Took them to my last gig (in February) and the sound guys loved them.
I am also considering a kalamazoo series aluminum drum set from Inde Drum. Josh built a set for me a few years ago and loved it. I sold it about a year ago and definitely regret it. It was the best set I have ever owned and that's coming from a previous Ludwig Classic Maple owner.