Things I liked: Lightweight, easy cocking, sweet trigger, short overall length, looks, low cost.
Things I would have changed: Go back to a steel receiver, QC on front sight
What others should know: Upon first firing, I ran out of rear sight adjustment. After some fiddling, I realized the front sight was canted. I was able to straighten it by hand with considerable effort, which solved the problem. This is not broken in yet, and I have only tried it with RWS Hobbies and some other wadcutter pellets I had. Shooting 1" groups at 10m, so a very promising start. The form factor is very nice, and the size, cocking, and weight would make it a great kid's starter gun. Fortunately I like it too, and since my daughter is not quite 4, I expect to keep it to myself for some time. If I find the older steel breech version for sale I will jump on it, now that I've tried this one.