Got one of these because it was super cheap and I really needed a dedicated stereo recorder I could for field recording with my DSLR video rig. I got it for use with my RODE NT4 stereo mic, and it does the trick nicely. It's got a couple of minor drawbacks you should know about. The DAC is a little noisy, but let's be honest, if it sounded as good as an H2n or something, then it would ruin my faith in the audio industry altogether. Besides, it's a static hiss you can remove in post no problem with RX2 or anything even resembling it. I also with there was any way to mount it to... anything. This thing's so small, you can't really even jerry-rig something for it, without covering up the speaker... not that that's such a big deal for me.
On the plus side, it takes 32GB cards like a champ and 24-bit/48kHz resolution is nothing to complain about. The biggest surprise for me was the quality of the onboard mics. They're a tad darker than my NT4, but for the price, you really can't complain. All-in-all, if you need something that can do stereo recording at a price that won't force you to have another one of *those* conversations with the wife, then this baby's for you.