I had a large group order that I had to get reprints for and OIS was kind enough to offer me an IL for free, it's the best one I've seen yet and I'm pretty pumped about it. UF is low, I have a physical in-hand.
OIS CS responds in a reasonable amount of time and is pretty helpful.
This ID is normally $100 which is a little pricey but with a group discount it can get down to a really solid price.
This is the only area where I get concerned ordering from OIS. I initially ordered to a friend's house and the IDs were seized, but he might have had a burned address. I had the reprints sent to my house and they arrived in literally 3 days, it was crazy fast.
My signature was a little too thin but the cutout is good.
9.5--This is where OIS really excels. The IL seal and the surrounding area look excellent, pretty much every actual template detail *including Lincoln* is spot-on. The only issues are with color, the ILLINOIS header and DRIVERS LICENSE header just need to be a tiny bit darker red, and Lincoln needs to be slightly more grey. On the backside the upper left text could be shifted left slightly and the 1D barcode wraps around the side which is a common issue. The 2D barcode is slightly too small.
Ear shadows are a little too small and the photo doesn't have enough grain but the cutout is solid and the photo doesn't have any really serious issues.
OVI is vibrant af, I really like this because people checking IDs usually have no idea what they're looking for and just see that the OVI looks good and they let it pass. Perfs are laser and the right size, no problems there.
The front UV is perfect, the back UV is a little bit wrong, which is a common issue. Everyone always forgets to invert the colors on the UV so the person's face in the portrait isn't dark. UV color looks good tho.
Comes up as real on BCS and scans fine on PDF 417
9.5 -- with some slight improvements this ID would be absolutely perfect. I'm going to be using it instate and I'm sure I won't have any problems but I'd be even more confident if the photoshop was a little more grainy with bigger ear shadows. Great ID.