Things I liked:Adjustable stock, light weight, nice sights, pellet magazine. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:I picked it up to teach my 8 yr old son to shoot, which it is perfect for particularly with the adjustable stock. The plastic stock is a lot nicer than it was when I was a kid. There's quite a bit of creep in the trigger but that's fine because I don't need a crisp trigger for a kid to learn on and for the price its plenty acceptable. Pellets are much more accurate than the BB's, which is to be expected. It's still as much fun to shoot as it was 30 years ago.
Things I liked:Basically what everyone else has said, it seems the craftsman ship out weighs the price considerably. The trigger was crisp right out of the box. Nice wood grain & finish. I like the hooded tapered post on the front site. The rear sight adjustment knobs are nice. The heft of the .22 pellets, It's the first .22 I've had. Things I would have changed:Add a butt plate. I use my guns. The inevitable scratches/dents will come but the butt appears a little overly vulnerable. What others should know:I really don't care that the trigger is plastic, I can't tell when I pull it. I really wasn't planning on getting a scope right away but would have been crazy not to pay $3 more for the combo. The flip up scope caps alone cost quite a bit more and the mount/scope appear to be well made.
I haven't shot it enough to really comment on accuracy but it seems fine so far. I'm optimistic that it will be good. I don't really like the looseness of the term "accuracy" alone. If I get back to posting on it later, I will include the useful details: shooting position, range, sight system & average group size.
Things I liked:Easy to use to index pellets into the chamber one at a time. Look forward to having it during colder weather when gloves are needed. Things I would have changed:Be nice if it had a pocket clip. I'm not sure that there's a way to add one without interfering with pellet feeding.