As is expected it works great with Baaders click lock diagonal, also with my William optics and less expensive standard Skywetcher, what it does not do like all others I have is work with an erecting diagonal because the light path is too "long" due to the use of a Prism.
There is not enough "inward travel" to allow infinity focus to anything over 500 yards is out of focus.
Having rarely used a 1.25" eyepiece the field of view is very narrow, and off putting as is the small size of the eyepiece which for users of small eyepieces in the 1.25" barrel size may appear large.
The quality is up to Baaders usual good standards, and as with all Baaders items it comes apart front and rear to allow different eyecups, digiscoping adapters, barlows, 1.25" AND 2" fittings to diagonals and much more
Is it worth £180 (Widescreen Centre) time will tell if I can get used to the 1.25" style it will make a nice carry anywhere setup leaving all the 2" eyepieces at home on trips out.
Evolution 8" HD EDGE, 120mm Triplet Esprit on Sky Tee 2, ZWO ASI 178 Mono, Daystar Quark Ha filter on 72mm ED scope, 6" reflecting scope, Nikon D810 / D4s, William Optics Bino viewers, 2" eyepieces,