I've got one in the .300 win mag a couple seasons ago. Mine is very well made and extremely accurate, for a straight factory rig. The only thing I have done to it is a camo paint job. It comes with a Bell and Carlson stock with an aluminum bedding block. The barrel is a heavy contour with horizontal fluting. One of the best features is the adjustable 40x trigger. I have mine set on a crisp 2.5 lbs. Also, the anti-corrosive finish on the stainless steel action and barrel is a nice touch and seems to hold up very well, so far.
Mine shoots regular old factory Rem Cor-Lokts 150 gr sp, very well.
I handload with 180 grain SGK, and it will routinely shoot 0.5-0.75 MOA, if you do your part. Which, in my book, is very good for a factory rig.
As far as the cost, it is a bit pricey ($1200) when compared to a Savage, that would shoot just as good. But the coating and the stock are nice "extras". Overall, I like mine and will keep it. When I burn the barrel out, I'll just throw a custom tube on it. I will attempt to post a picture of it, below.