The cakes do look interesting. Of course it is hard to tell if they are any good just using a picture. However, I have personally tasted the Liming Menghai and I enjoye it. Still to rough IMHO to drink but it may age well. As for the others, Green Peak looks interesting also. Although, I am quite leary of buying from small factories especially during the height of the pu-erh craze. There have been many academic debates about small factories and whether they are worthy to buy during the perioed of 2001 until now. Tons of small factories sprang up trying to cash in on the pu-erh craze. One consideration that buyers must know is that mao cha was and is extremely expensive for these small factories and as a consequece, many of these beengs were adulterated and made of leaves made from outside of Yunnan or blended with yunnan leaves. Although it has aged for 3 years, you would be better off buying something else. The same could also go for the Puerhshop beeng. The price should be a dead give away. No way will you find a beeng made of 2003 YiWu mao cha for under 40 dollars. It is more likely a blend which contains just a small amount of yiwu leaves if it has Yiwu at all. An authentic yiwu beeng from 2003 should cost 3 sometimes 4 times as much. The Long Yuan looks IMHO some what rough. The leaves look like lower grade probably 7-8 grade. However, this is not what really concerns me is the color. It does not look like a dry stored beeng. Although wet stored beengs can be great the rusty color looks some what disconcerting. It just might be the picture, but from my stand point it really looks somewhat odd. Please take this all with a grain of salt. You of course have to be the ultimate judge.