It seems like just about every flashlight I look at has at least three settings, often a strobe, and has to be covered in random milled ribs and grooves, looking like something collected from a Decepticon's last bowel movement. When I use a flashlight, I want it to have two states of existence: on, and off. I don't want to have to cycle through three modes every damned time to get to the brightest setting, which is the one I invariably use, and almost no one on Earth needs or uses the strobe mode.
That's what this flashlight does. It turns on, is nice and bright, and it turns off. No modes, no strobe. It has a button on the back end, rather than a twist mechanism, which is nice, as you can use it one handed. It seems to be made well, and it's slim and fairly light. It uses commonly available, easily found batteries (2 AAAs). I don't really have any complaints at all. You can focus the beam. I don't really need that feature, but it doesn't hurt anything or get in the way, so it's not a negative.
Bottom line, solid flashlight. The only way I could see this verdict changing is if it craps out on me, which it's so far shown no indication of doing.