I gotta tell you, the Sceery decoys look pretty cheezy to me. But I have hunted long enough to know a decoy does not need to be all that realistic to fool a turkey (in the right set-up and the right day). I do like the concept behind them and the price. I think the trend in the other direction, toward feather covered decoys, is more about fooling hunters than turkeys.
Funny story: Twenty years ago, a friend of mine used a blow-up decoy. I have no idea where he found it. He was ahead of his time. Anyway, this thing looked awful! Like some kid should be carrying it around on a stick at the county fair. We used to razz him so badly about his "blow-up doll" that he would get angry. He'd swear up and down that goblers loved it and we'd just laugh harder. A second funny thing about this guy was that he absolutely HATED squirrels. They would begin to harass him the moment he stepped in the woulds and he was certain that they were warning the turkeys. Really funny guy. Anyway, one day we heard him shoot. We expected him to come out to the road with a big tom over his shoulder. Instead, he comes out holding his limp blow-up doll and sewaring like a sailor. His story was that there was a squirrel barking at him, so he threw a pine cone at it. The squirrel suddenly jumped out of the tree, took two big bounds and landed on his decoy, popping it! The shot was our buddy shooting at, and missing the squirrel. We still give him a hard time about it.