I've only looked at the Accupoint scopes inside buildings at shows. I've not used them outside at all. Optically, they did look good as best I could tell inside the building. What I could tell, however, is that the lit triangle and post reticle is very fast, provides an uncluttered sight picture, and it uses a very simple, totally dependable, unique illumination system. I like it based on that alone, so even if the optics were only fair, I think it's an intriguing scope. But, from all reports, they are optically very nice. I've heard they are on par with Elite 4200 / Nikon Monarch level glass-wise, but can't confirm. If that's the case, that would put it slightly behind but very close to the Conquest IMO, but opinions obviously vary on that. Likewise, I think Kahles is noticeably better than Conquest optically, but not everyone agrees on that either. I wouldn't hesitate to buy one.
I do know glass is from Japan, and they are assembled in Wixom, MI. Keep in mind that the reticle is lit by the fiber optics during the day and the tritium lamp in low light. As with all tritium lamps, eventually, the tritium will stop glowing and you will no longer have illumination in really low light. This may or may not be an issue, as you can probably send it back to Trijicon for replacement of the tritium, or you may be fine just using the fiber optic illumination as-is.