If stop deck is a reliable brand that has no known failures then they're probably a pretty safe bet. But it seems to me that a homemade shet with a good crimp and a good press that you can see get made and you know the ends got crimped on good and hard would be more trustworthy to me. I do know that part of what makes stainless steel reinforced brake hoses and improvement is that even or stock hoses just don't expand or blow up like a balloon very much they do in a little bit and the stainless steel hoses will give you a crisper firmer pedal because they don't blow up like a balloon a little bit. But a good trick is to get your hoses one size smaller show that you decrease the volume of brake fluid. That will give you a crisper of firmer pedal. I saw somebody on a different site talking about getting bigger hoses thinking they were going to do themselves a favor that theory works on exhaust but it does not work on brake hoses.