Really, these are the only towels a homeowner needs for auto detailing and house cleaning as one sees fit. By buying in bulk, the cost for these towels is less than a dollar each so at worst, you'll have plenty of microfiber towels for a long time. Many professional auto detailers use these towels for drying, removing polish and wax, applying spray wax and instant detailers, as well as cleaning wheels and chrome. I would recommend some premium towels like Rag Company's Eagle if you are a serious hobby detailer or pro for wax and sealant removal, but those towels can be used in conjunction with these. For housecleaning, I use a bunch of older, cheaper microfiber towels but only because I've had them on hand for years. If I were buying towels to start with, I'd buy a batch of these.
By the way, wash with cold or warm water (I don't recommend hot), use a microfiber cleaning product if you are using heavy cleaning or wax chemicals with these, double rinse, and ALWAYS use the air dryer feature in your dryer. NEVER dry microfiber towels on any heat setting. They will wear prematurely. I have 3 and 4 year old towels that I've used extensively but look brand new.
But Kirkland, PLEASE, make the tags just a little smaller!