If those were the only sets from which to choose, judging from a few quick YouTube sound samples, I think the Sonor set has better tonal quality. Bear in mind that they have been tuned and miced to sound their best, by experienced drummers.
Since experience can only be gained through, well, experience, and opinions are based on knowledge of fact, experience, and belief structure, they tend to vary widely depending on those factors. Just because I have been playing drums since 1967, does not qualify my opinion to be best, because it is only my opinion of my limited experience and knowledge base.
While there are few that were lucky enough to start out with professional grade equipment, and more with intermediate grade, many, if not most, can attest to what you are proposing, beginner's grade equipment. I started with a Japanese "Vibra" beginner's set (Photo from 1967), Obviously you don't get this quality today for $79.00.
Most will tell you that their experience with beginner's grade equipment gave them fundamental knowledge in choosing their next set. One will gain experience in drum tuning, if they are paying attention to their sound. Also in choosing heads, in effort to obtain a desired result. There is a wealth of knowledge to be gained in making a cheap drum sound fantastic.
I have to agree with those that suggest getting a used intermediate set. The higher quality construction and usually substantially better tonal factors can lead to a much better beginning/learning experience. An intermediate set can take you farther toward a higher goal, depending on your interests.
Cost vs. Enjoyment
I consider myself a hobbyist, meaning that I will never recover equipment costs from paid performances, if I factor any level of earnings for my time spent. A recent performance that I did, netted about $3.00 an hour when I considered rehearsal, tear down, transport, set up, 3 hour performance, tear down, transport, reset for next rehearsal time spent, and transport and sustenance costs. What I did receive additionally was a lot of enjoyment with friends sharing our love of music, making others happy, and more experience. It's hard to put a value on that, but it is worth the effort and expense.
What's in it for you?
I can't know what your expectations are, but if you are enjoying the experience and product of your effort, it doesn't much matter what vehicle brought you there. You may be perfectly happy with your purchase for many years to come. In my experience, one strives to obtain the proper skills and equipment to produce the required result. For me, that seems to evolve over time, and most likely will for you, as well. A journey begins with the first step. Don't be so critical that you don't take it out of dilemma. More than likely, it is only your first kit. More to come.