I own a scotts and it is expensive yet flawless and worth it in my opinion. I saw a GPR for cheap so I picked it up. I had to buy the post mount and bar clamp from GPR so I called over there. Customer service was great, got a racer discount and parts showed up on my door the next day. Great service! I went to install the post mount and skimmed the instructions and it said "filing required" so I figured a file woul dget the job done...not the case. I had to take off a quarter inch by eigth by 3/16 and it wasnt just some filing...it was "get the dremel out and put on some safety glasses" type filing. So I grind off as much of the parting line as I can without screwing up the machined surface on the dipstick hole. Tower still doesnt fit. so I get out a small rat tail and begin to file MORE and re-fit...still no go. So I have to start grinding on the tower to get it to go...this whole time im thinking..."why didnt they put a groove into the mount so no mickey mousing is involved at all, they did it on the front side...why not the rear?" OK so after tearing into the tower and re-fitting a couple times its a go. I put it all on and it looks nice and took it for a putt around the block...not the same kind of feel as my scott's but can still tell its there. So after dealing with both Scott's and GPR...I would have to say that the Scott's fits much better and didnt require clearancing anything or power tools to install. It looks good and is badass in the dirt. The GPR comes with awesome customer service, but the fit isnt as great as I had hoped for. We will see how it works in the dirt. For fit and form Scott's wins. For customer service...GPR wins. For function...I will keep everyone posted.