I've fucked around with a lot of radios in the last ten years and, though I know it's not what you're looking to hear, you aren't going to want to pay any less for a set of radios than what you'd pay for BCA's. Cheaper radios just don't have the range or the battery life that more expensive radios do. I'm all about saving money but when it comes to safety gear (and radios are safety gear first and foremost) you get what you pay for. And the BCA's are the best that I've used at that price point.
So, now that you've heard me preach about what I think you should buy and now that you've decided that you don't want to listen to me, I can tell you that I used a set of these puppies
for a couple of years and they served me reasonably well.
Just remember that 2-way radios are great for group communication and are no doubt an important tool when it comes to safe travel in avalanche terrain but they aren't worth a damn when it comes to reaching the outside world when everything goes to shit. I still ski with an Enreach.