Feels nice and solid and sturdy. First delight is my hand no longer needs to contort to hold and press buttons at the same time. I placed my release cable on it and can click away nicely as my other hand holds the scope.
If your not going to change EP or if your camera does not have a zoom lens then it can be setup inside before you go out, just pop it into the EP and thats it, if you do need to change EP or Zoom then you will need a light to make sure the camera is flush with the EP or you will get distortions.
And thats one nice thing about having this is that the quality is consistent. Whats also handy is if your doing multi shots then you just have to line up the object and start clicking, I did this with the Orion nebula and now have gotten the best so far, will try and zoom in next time. Creating mosaics is also easier since you just line up and shoot and move on, I did this my M45 and just used my finder scope, pointed to each main star and then stitched them together, handy if you dont have a SWA (Will try it out with my SWA next time).
SO in general it is a very handy accessory and makes life and images much nicer. My only concern is since it atache to the EP, what kind of stress does it put on the barrel when one places a heavier camera, some of those DSLR's are like a tank.
25mm 20 frames stacked with DSS