bad news. The good News is, the Discovery came from Mac1 yesterday. The bad news is, it's the wrong caliber. Supposed to be in .22, came in .177. The good news is I like it and am going to keep it. The bad news is, I talked to Tim at Mac1 and asked him to still send me one in .22, but they don't have any. It's probably a 2 to 3 week wait. Oh well, it's not like it's a kidney dialysis machine or something, I'll survive. We're thinking that somebody else is going to pop a box open in the next day or two, expecting to find a .177 and they'll get a .22.Now for the good stuff. What a cool little rifle. The fit and finish is about what I would expect for a $250 dollar gun. Very utilitarian, not fancy, but certainly nothing to be embarrassed of. The stock is straight grained walnut, looks and feels nice. The trigger is a bit heavy, but lets off nice and crisp. She has a bit of a bark, but no worse than my RWS Rapier, and since I mostly hunt out in the boonie's, it's a non issue.For a scope, I wound up putting a Bushnell 5X15X40mm Legend on her. I thoroughly cleaned the barrel, and it badly needed it. I want to hunt ground squirrels with her, and include some of the footage in the DVD, so I had my fingers crossed that she would shoot the tin pellets. I can only shoot 15 yards inside, so this isn't much of a test, but it's a start. I dug out a box of the DYNAMIC PCP 1's and sighted her in. Once on target, she was shooting a bug hole with them. I know from experience, that if she isn't shooting a tiny hole at 15 yards, she probably isn't going to do very well at 30 or 40 yards. Might have a chance to head out to the National Forest this weekend and stretch her legs a little. My Pigmee tank snaps right onto her foster connector, so fills are easy. Here she is all setup to make movies. I'm hoping the .22 gets here before the next squirrel safari at the end of this month. It would be fun to hunt one in the morning, and the other in the afternoon. It would make for an interesting comparison.