I found one at Dillard's for $28 (not a typo) so I decided to give it a try.
Maybe I'm just a Casio fanboy, but I found the functionality just OK and the super-soft, rubber feeling of the pushers doesn't feel like good build quality to me. The negative display is indeed pretty good. Better than any negative G I have had, but not as good as my last negative LCD Pro-Trek.
I got it because I like countdown timers, but the countdown timer has the worst controls I have ever seen. You have a bunch of pre-set timers and one custom timer. Bafflingly, they don't reset when they run out, so if you want to set your custom timer for something you have to navigate to timer, find "Timer CU," reset it if it's at zero by holding the top left but forever, then hold down the mode button again, forever, set your minutes or seconds, then...hell, I forget. Then after all that you have to stay on the countdown screen even though time is visible on the stopwatch screen and both stopwatches are visible on the time screen. That's a minor complaint since Casio doesn't often put time on all modes either. Compared to a typical $20 Casio where to set a countdown timer you go to countdown, tap a reset button, hold an adjust button for one second, set your minutes (you almost never get to set your seconds, which is a point in Nixon's favor), and hit start, it's a slow and cumbersome process.
I like the look and I'll be keeping it, but I wasn't as impressed as most of the rest of you. Once we're back out of sweater and coat weather in the spring I'll probably be wearing it once or twice a week despite its shortcomings, and I'll still jump on a stainless steel one if I find a good deal or they come out with SS + positive display.