I purchased this unit around July of 2013. The fit and finish I would rate around 8/10. My unit's main targeting reticule is a circle with rough edges. This does not seem to be part of the design, but rather a lack of quality control. The main body of the unit is a mix of durable plastic and stippled rubber that gives you a good grip. It is compact, lightweight, and I would have no qualms getting it wet (I already have on moose and black bear hunts).
Optics: I would rate as a 6.5/10. I have used this in all light conditions and found that it does okay at dawn and dusk, but it is more apt for daytime hunting. At dawn I have had difficulty seeing through the optic, and as well at dusk. It seems best suited for daylight, overcast or not.
Rangefinder: I would rate as a 4.5/10. I have had difficulty getting this unit to go beyond 300 yards max in any setting (point mode, brush mode, or free mode) in varying atmospheres, elevations, times of day, and weather conditions. From bright blue skies, rain, or overcast this unit continually failed to go much beyond 300 yards. I have taken this on a total of twelve hunts in the short time I have had it, not to mention all the hikes with the dog around the woods, and was never able to get a reading over 320 yards no matter the target. Be it a large patch of brush, a hillside, or a giant red building, I couldn't push this unit to the supposed 1000 yard limit.
Overall: I was very excited for this rangefinder, I was able to get it at a great price, but I believe I will sell this unit and go with something else. It failed to range two moose and one black bear in my hunts. I was able to take a moose using it, and for that I am thankful, but it has consistently let me down. This unit for me get's a 5/10