Things I liked: Accuracy! No recoil. Light weight. Easy cocking. The best I can ever shoot is with this thing.
Things I would have changed: Cheap look, cheap feel, cheap material. It is more like a $30 Daisy BB gun you would find in Wal-Mart rather than a competition rifle, at least until you shoot it. Trigger is creepy like a toy gun too. The stock finish....what finish?!
What others should know: If you don't have $2000+ to burn, this is the only choice. I looked up and down for a single-stroke a notch up, and that would be what the price level I would be looking at. I decided to settle for this rifle. It can way out-shoot me anyway.
Things I liked: Accuracy. Light weight. Easy cocking. Nice finish: no nick, no chip, no discoloring. Better finish than all $190 - $450 German RWS I have. Kind of expensive for a little air rifle but it is as good as every other owner said.
Things I would have changed: The scope grooves are really sallow. Deeper grooves would be more desirable.
What others should know: The price for this rifle is going up pretty fast. It has been up over 20% since I bought it a month ago. Grab it if you find a good price. Some think it is under power, but that is exactly what a air rifle for targeting should be. Even the most powerful air rifle can not compete with a 22 rimfire, which is considered "toy gun" round among those big-bang firearm shooters.