They are brilliant Kevin always use them for my hair-rigging.
Never used them on catmeat so cant comment but for lunchon meat they are great.
I guess they will work for catmeat the same the cone shape just stops the cheese wire effect you sometimes get with soft baits if hair rigged in the traditional way.
Its also a dam sight quicker to rebait after a fish.
I have to say that I couldnt get on with them paste master but then again I am used to the traditional hair rigs. I still have quite a few so I may well try them again. I find a proper hair rig with an enterprise meat rig is by far the best way to keep meat on, apart from frying the meat off a bit before use.
Middy did some ready made rigs with a meat "screw" attached and although I was a bit doubtful I purchased some for when I pole fish and have to admit they are the dogs dangly bits!
If you've got any float paint slap a bit on your quikstop needles which if they're like mine come with black handles(so you lose them then need to buy more, according to my local tackle dealer)
That said, quikstops are great especially if like me, your eyes and fingers aren't what they used to be!
Thought I'd explain myself a bit about not getting on with them. The reason I tried quickstops was for when fishing braided hooklinks,after a while the boilie needle tends to snag on the braid and make it unfishable so I thought the korum stops would be a great idea to try,unfortunately I couldnt get on with them and would end up destroying three baits for everyone I managed to attach,probably because I am a bit cack handed sometimes.
I may well give them another go as it is obvious some ofg you guys get along fine with them.