The June issue of Sound on Sound magazine features a full review of EastWest Hollywood Solo Strings as well as the cover.
"While the main foundations have been in place since 2014, it took EastWest a further two years to develop their Hollywood Orchestra to the point where it can now be called reasonably complete. (No criticism intended - such large projects take time.) The recent introduction of harp, solo cello and solo violin is the icing on the cake, and will be welcomed by those who seek orchestral realism and detail. Even if you don't own the whole library, you can buy these top-quality solo instruments safe in the knowledge that they're totally compatible with the large ensembles in the other Hollywood collections, and as such they represent a good, durable investment for composers, musicians and producers looking to create authentic, large-scale, great-sounding orchestral arrangements."
See full review here.