Pros and Cons
- some good-quality videos
- some high-quality photo sets
- good amount of content
- nonexclusive content
- no recent updates
- many mediocre-quality videos
is presumably meant to be read as "gay lays" not as "gay lazy." I think both are plausible interpretations of their purposeful misspelling. I suppose you could call yourself lazy for visiting this site, because it does promise loads of content without leaving the house. Still, it would take an amazing amount of laziness to be satisfied with what you get here. It wouldn't take much work to look elsewhere for some higher-quality exclusive content.
The GayLayz vids come from DVDs. Some of them have the same name and content as you'll find on this network's sites, but other popular studios made some of the other movies. There are 134 DVDs all told. They offer you about 472 full-length scenes to download. To be accurate, some scenes are duplicated as they were released under several different titles.
Quality varies a lot, so you can find everything from mediocre to good-quality playback. Some scenes come in a full-length version, while others are split into clips to download. You can stream the videos too, of course. At any rate, the site has not grown in over seven months.
There are about 160 photo sets scattered throughout the site. In many cases, they have close to high-res images. You will find that the DVDs with names resembling some of the network sites often have links to the corresponding galleries on those websites.
Keep in mind that some of the sites only have vid caps, so the name game doesn't always pay off with actual photos. Since the other scenes are sampled from diverse third-party titles, they only come with screen caps. At least some of the captured images are surprisingly crisp. It often reflects whether the attached vid is a mediocre or good one.
There are 40 full-access bonus sites, including Asian Cock Fest, Cock Dockers, Chocolate Rosebud, Gay Snowballs and Dudes In Uniform and 32 video feeds included with your membership. Gay Layz is relatively inexpensive, but its inconsistent quality makes it still seem overpriced.