Things I liked:I like the weight of this air rifle. I previously owned a Gamo Silent Cat that I recently returned to a big box store, and it felt like a toy in my hands. I make Winchester Model 70 hunting rifles for a living, and the Diana RWS 350 Magnum is comparable to the fit and feel of these bolt action rifles. I also like the Leapers scope that came with the rifle. It initally was moving in the mounts, but nothing a little blue Loc-Tite on the mounting screws couldn't take care of. Much to my surprise, this Striker Combo came with a Plano hard case. Not a bad deal at all when you consider that I bought all of this for only $125.00 more than the Gamo Silent Cat. Things I would have changed:Nothing wrong with the rifle combo package. What others should know:This air rifle is difficult to cock. I don't have a problem with it, but my shooting partner wife does. If you do plan on buying the .177, and you plan on shooting this rifle in a residential neighborhood to kill nuisance squirrels, this rifle does make some noise depending on which ammo you choose. PBA pellets will sound like a .22 rimfire. I have been using the H&N .177 Match 10.65 grain round nose pellets, and they are not nearly as loud as lead pellets in the 8 grain range.