I love these draws. I never really saw the point in dedicated sport draws until I tried these. You just place the rope near the gate and they eat the rope. The easiest rope clipping I have ever come across. Love them.
I used these on all my cams now after trying the Edelrid 19g and the Ocun Kestrel. These are a good weight and good size. The gates open wider than either of the others making clipping and unclipping way easier.
I got these to rack my cams. I was using Edelrid 19g's before but found them a pain in the ass, so got a set of these, which were an improvement but not by much and they are much heavier. I eventually went for the Camp Nano 22 which is lighter than these and has a larger gate opening which makes them much easier to clip and unclip.
I got these to rack my DMM Dragons, wanting to save weight. They are OK, I find them a pain to unclip with the extendable draws and the gate opening doesn't open quite far enough to make clipping the rope easy. I have since replaced them with the Camp Nano's. They are slightly heavier but are way easier to clip and unclip.
This is my main device for sport climbing, or any situation where I need assisted braking (abbing a route to check gear). I really like this for single pitch sport, and I have taken it on multipitch and used it in guide mode but I find it very grabby like this and I much prefer using a DMM Pivot for this.
In normal use (sport) it performs well, Paying out slack is very easy and it is also very easy to show people how to use. I liked it that much for sport that I got the JUL 2 device to use for sport as I don't need the extra features the MEGA has most of the time.