My kiddo (My Swing (NatalieB)) has been using a fairly small set of clubs from Maxfli so far. The set is comprised of a 34" steel-headed driver, a hybrid, a 7-iron, 9-iron, and sand wedge. It came with a putter, too, but we ditched that recently in favor of an Edel putter that she can aim pretty well. :)
Her next set of clubs, as she's just about to grow out of the Maxflis, is this beautiful Callaway set: http://www.callawaygolf.com/junior-clubs/juniors-x-9-12-girl-2012.html
These clubs are significantly bigger (she's 11, and these are for 9-12 year old girls, but her bone age is about that of an 8-year-old so she's quite small). The driver, a titanium, larger-headed version, is 16° and six inches longer - a full 40" driver. The set also comes with a fairway wood (24°), a 5 hybrid (30°), and a 7-iron, 9-iron, and sand wedge. The putter is nice (a blade, so she can likely aim it better than the Maxfli mallet), but her Edel will be just fine.
The bag is a reasonable quality, particularly when you consider that the entire set cost $249.
She's already begun using the longer driver (because her drives with her other driver topped out at about 80 yards carry, while she routinely gets 110+ with the longer one, and distance matters).
The set is great because, unlike her Maxfli set (which, to be fair, is likely geared towards 5-8 year olds and doesn't have to be top notch), she finally gets a titanium driver and some quality clubheads. The Maxflis, while fine, don't seem to be particularly high quality. Then again, I think they might have been $199… :)
Here are some photos.