I got this for my electronics hobby. Specifically, I was trying to jump some SMT pads on 2130 drivers. I like this setup and think they put together a nice package that was thought out. It's well-built and has good fit and feel. Operation is smooth. The lights are sturdy and stay put. They do tend to get in the way when lowering the scope, so I find myself constantly adjusting them. It would be nice if they were dimmable, too. Admittedly I have only used the camera in the most basic terms. I haven't tried any of the advanced features. I wish the buttons were either soft buttons or better marked. I find that I need the cheat sheet to remember where they are. I like the optical quality and even with the digital interpolation the image is excellent and usable. It's great fun and insightful being able to explore a PCB, a sharpened chisel edge or whatever. I don't regret this purchase at all, after having various less priced electronic scopes on my wish list for YEARS and never being able to pull the trigger. Oh, one last point: I struggled with a traditional scope and soldering iron, not being able to connect the 3D space coming in with the iron on an entirely wrong plane. I'm sure I'd get better with practice, but this scope is much more intuitive because I'm looking down at the whole scene, and positioning the iron, tweezers, whatever, is more instinctual with that expanded context.