Like it? Oh yea. I got the Sightron at a discount because it was a discontinued model so it was $200+ less than my Leupold. Normally it's not quite $150 less. But cost aside,the Sightron gives,to me,a better edge to edge image. The Leupold seems to have a slight distortion around the edges as you move the scope. Also the Sightron has better eye relief at 6x and is actually close to a constant 4" at all powers. Don't get me wrong. I do like my Leupold. It has the better field of view,I like its reticle better(hvy plex),it's lighter,mounts on a long action with std rings and bases,and has finger adjustable turrets. As far as low light performance goes they are both GOOD but equal to my eye. Of course the Sightron has a 42mm objective while the Leupold's is 32mm. But the Leupold has the better lenses and coatings. The only factor I can't comment on is the durability of the Sightron as the rifle it's going to start out on (a 9.3x62mm)isn't finished. The Leupold's been on my .300,which weighs right at 7.5lbs w/sling and 3rds,and hasn't missed a beat.
I'm definitely NOT a Leupold hater as I've got 4. If a scope,no matter its brand,fits my needs and is dependable I'll give it a try. If it costs less than another brand that offers nothing I feel is worth the extra cost TO ME,all the better.