|The meter itself is nice and easy to read. I've been using one for roughly 8 months now.|
But, saying that, it has some oddities. The voltage seems to read about .2v above what it actually is versus the real voltage (verified with a few seperate voltmeters to be sure). Not a major problem, I just deduct .2v from the reading and its fine.
The other oddity has came up recently. The right side of the display (roughly 5 digits) fades slowly away to nothing when I'm not running much through the meter. Once I turn my radios on and get more than a amp or so flowing through it, it slowly comes back and works after about 10 minutes.
Other than that, no real complaints about the meter. I'm tolerating the oddities above since everything else on it works great, and I regard the meter readings as a guide anyway. If I need real accurate readings I'm going to pull out a voltmeter or another meter to check anyway. For watching to make sure my battery/powersupply system is supplying correct voltage and current to my radios, it can't be beat.