I'm in Oz and it will be 20% to 30% dearer down here compared to the US but at least I won't have to pay $2,500 for a Sauer or $4,500 for a Blaser switch barrel. Every barrel for those European rifles cost more than the Dimension with a complete calibre.
As ugly as the stock looks the concept is great and once you buy the mag and bolt for a particular group then its just another barrel for a calibre in the same group. I will be hoping if the rifle sells well that TC will introduce other calibres. As our laws are restrictive down here, this rifle is a good excuse to have 10 rifles in one and only one registered rifle to your name.
I'm a deer hunter so ugly but useful is ok to me. Won't be shooting from a bench or a bipod so I have no concerns about the stock. I won't be worried about it getting scratched either, as long as it does the job. You never know someone may come to the rescue and produce an aftermarket stock. I've got an ugly car but it takes me where I need to go and has never let me down I've even drove it on farms, where I have hunted, and a sedan is not suppose to go and did not get bogged, just kept going, three deer carcasses in the car and still kept going. At least the missus is not ugly otherwise that would be hard to live with.
I will be ordering a left handed model in 270 win as soon as they arrive.