Certainly, the best value proposition, especially if you need/want dual sided. The only hard part about the installation was finding the time to let the glue cure. I needed to let it go 48 hours in a 68-degree room. So, the system sat on my desk until I had to travel for 2 days.As a non-racer, I don’t really need this, but I do have some fast friends I’d like to be able to keep up with. I’m recovering from a left knee replacement and wanted dual sided to track my progress. Not surprisingly, my left leg tends to come along for the ride. My numbers on a left only meter would be low enough to be frustrating. It’s nice to see the progress, and balance, pedaling efficiency and smoothness are improving. Although when my competitive streak takes over, it all goes out the window trying to beat my previous peak and NP. Although I have nothing to compare with as with Ironfoot this is also my first power meter. Despite DC Rainmaker’s comments about short high power not registering, I have had two-second power readings over 1100W a couple of times. If only I weighed as little as Quintana that might make me a decent sprinter.Overall, I am very happy with this meter. I just need to remember not to display power while riding once in a while and just enjoy being on the bike. It’s hard not to stare at the power reading sometimes.