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It depends what you expect from a meter.
External coupler is a plus.
Personally I prefer cross needle meters. Easier to spot, than blinking digits.
Probably I would buy it some day, but shipping, tax and customs fee kills the deal.
But the concept of a 'vector wattmeter' is really cool. Had a long talk with Larry the year he introduced it. He was very generous to take the time explaining it. The accuracy should be as good as any other wattmeter out there.
The ability to display the antenna's reactance without first unhooking the radio to read it with an analyzer was a breakthrough at the time.
The only barrier for me is the price. Still rely on Bird 43 meters.
Probably a "devil you know versus the devil you don't" sort of thing.
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