Things I liked:I like the fact that it is a extra support for the rail on my Talon. The handy screw dial on the back allows me to adjust the scope so I don't have to use all my elevation knobs range but so far I have not had to use it.
Things I would have changed:I don't think there is anything really on it to change. It is a decent mount. What others should know:I think some kind of mount for the Talon rail handle is really a good idea if your going to have a fairly large scope on the gun. It makes it more stable. Not that there is anything wrong with the talon rail but it is a good idea so that way your scope will have a solid base and be nice and secure. Being a PCP gun anyway it does not require a great deal of strength to simply secure your scope. Just snug. But a good base mount for the well machined rail on the Talon makes good sense.
Things I liked:I think most people who have a Talon have probably tried one of these Bipods for it's 11mm rail system. I have one for my Talon and I can't say enough good things about it. I can easily remove it and when I used it at the 50 yard range I really enjoyed the way it stablized my gun to help me shoot a tighter group without having to use a bench rest. At 35 and 45 yards I am shooting groups that I can fit a dime over with most of all the group being one hole connected. After this range activity I will do well laying prone in the field hunting. Things I would have changed:maybe some kind of rail attached to it for use of accessories but on a Talon there is already plenty of rail space so I wouldn't really need more rail to slide accessories on.
What others should know:If you have thought of getting one but haven't you will not regret having one to place on your Talon when ever you feel the need.
it is simple and light weight and very stable.
Things I liked:For the $$ it has some mean magnification! I can read the heat blaze real well. It was a bit too much scope for my Talon though so I am going to use it on my Savage .17 Cal HMR! This ought to be a blast. I don't bother placing the ring wheel on because the stock wheel is approximately 2" in diameter anyway. And it seems to be marked for yardage right on the money. At 25 yards and 50 yards at the range it's best focus point was marked right on the spot as the scope was labeled.The quality of the lens seem decent. Things I would have changed:The only think I noticed was it is easy to get a paralaxed affect with slight movements of my head. So be sure to get it positioned just where you need it on your rifle as to not have to be moving around. Which is what should be done anyway. It says 50mm yet is looks a tad smaller than my 50mm Center Point. And on my 3X9 50mm Center Point I never really get that Paralax effect. But the REX has beautiful power magnification and zoomed up detail that is going to be superb for my 17 Cal HMR. What others should know:The manufacturer warrents the scope for 10 years! But they only cover the mechanical part of the scope for 24 months. So time will tell on how this thing will survive. Most top name scopes carry a life time warrenty. But I have found in the airgun world it is not really necessary. I am sure this REX will out live me as long as I don't run over it with my car or something.
All in all I was glad I bought it.