I had my own Biz for a few years, sold VooDoo, Fox Outdoor,Tru Spec and all the generic Surplus stuff.
Fox Outdoor- fell apart in 3 weeks of use. Made to look good but you really do get what you pay for with this stuff. For every order I got, at least 2-3 were substandard and went into my bargain bin. It was cheaper to sell at cost than send it back for credit. Would be worse now with the increase of shipping rates
Tru Spec- especially the BDU's are crap, they fall apart about the 3rd wash. They just dont cut it. For hunting 2-3 times a year they are ok, but the only company making decent BDU's is Propper Intl. Large minimum orders at wholesale, but never had a return on anything. Sold a bunch to PD Tac teams, tiger pattern. Looks sexy, but easy to pick out with good optics.
Voo Doo- Its ok, not on the same page as the early BlackHawk or Eagle, and not Tactical Tailor by any means, but light use, weekend type stuff you should be fine.
I sold everything LE used, armor to shoes for 4 years until 9/11 killed all the small biz supppliers. Uncle bought everything, I couldnt get shoelaces for months after. But, I learned the hard way about gear that lasted and gear that sold because it was cheap and mass produced for little use and stored in closets. I need to post more about stuff that fell apart but I really dont get much time.