I just shot one yesterday, and there is nothing comparable for the price. It's plenty stiff, and the action dropped in without a problem. Action screws have excellent alignment, and will not be taking any recoil. M-Lok compatible on both sides and the bottom at the front, and you can opt for DBM or factory BDL floorplate. Spacers are included for length of pull, and optional cheek riser can be bought, for high scopes. The cheek height is perfect out of the box for me. The foreend is flat, and there are hand grip rails along both sides. The barrel channel will accommodate just about any contour you want, such as MTU/Palma. There is a little speed-bump just forward of the front action screw. I thought it was goofy until I held the rifle up to simulate offhand firing, and my hand locked into position on the aft portion of the bump, at which point the rifle was a rock. This could probably also serve as a barricade stop, for those who are barricaded somewhere. The grip is almost totally vertical, and it is also ambidextrous, with great friction on both sides. The grip is low enough that the thumb can go over the top, and still sit well below bolt level; however, for those who like their thumb alongside the stock, there are indentations for either thumb, even though this is a right-hand stock. On the back end, there is a sloped slider area for a firm rear rest or bag, such as an Edgewood, and there is a flat slider portion just forward of the butt, for a pinch bag. Forward of the flat slider, there is a steeper sloped portion, which serves fairly well as a "hook". This is a fairly light stock, as well. There are no sling swivel studs, but locator dents are present if you want to add them. As you can tell, I am a happy camper.