Massdrop was flawless as usual, but I'm disappointed with the product., Truearc 20. I read plenty of warnings about the poor quality control at Brunton. Wanted to do my civic duty and order Made in USA vs my first preference of the foreign "S" brand (take your pick). Also, a big part of me like the ability to set the declination without a tool (one less thing to use). Should have gone with my gut and supported a better company rather than some misguided national pride.
I don't have the printing issue. I checked as soon as it arrived. My numbers and hashes are spot on. My main issue is that the rotating baring ring sticks or hangs at some random point. It made it nearly impossible to get an accurate bearing as you needed to twist harder to overcome the "hangup" and would sometimes twist too hard and overshoot and then have to rotate back, etc. After about a week of spinning the ring while watching TV, etc. it is much better and is actually usable now; but, you can still feel a slight hesitation at a point while rotating.
This might be a great feature if it "hung" at due north or something like that; but, it hangs on some strange bearing like 7.5* (don't have the compass with me right now).
This isn't a deal breaker; but, it takes a few grunts to get the declination set just right. You need both hands to push and turn the bezel. You need to push fairly hard, so it's hard to get a precise setting on the first try. Maybe I just have wimpy fingers. I still think I would prefer this over the risk of losing the tool.
I was going to send it back to Massdrop; but, life got busy and I didn't get a chance and probably that window has closed.