For my 2nd NFA purchase I wanted to get a suppressor. Due to my financial situation at the time (and ammo prices going up) I chose the .22 route. My dealer only had an Outback II to demo which was fun and all, but I wanted something that I could take apart and clean myself. I decided on the Stratus after poking around a bit. (un)fortunately there are a gajillion choices for .22 cans, so I pretty much closed my eyes and pointed at a selection that I was most interested in. Approval came just short of 6 weeks and finally got to take possession. I mostly shoot it on my Buckmark w/4" Tactical Solutions barrel and a mix of Augila HV, Federal auto match & Remington subsonic HP. The sound is like an airgun with a low tone and is very comfortable to shoot w/o any hearing protection. Taking apart is very easy. I just put 1 tool in a vise and then put the can on top of it and twist to losen the cap. Turn over & repeat. Removing the baffles can take some work after only 200+ rounds. I use a wooden dowel and a mallet and basically bang them out. I had to go to the manufacturer's site to get the order of the baffle stack, but I actually called them to make sure (I was given some info that wasn't on the site) because nothing came with the can. I'm happy with it and it actually makes me go out and shoot more.
I have one and like it, awesome on my Pac-lite. I took mine apart at 500 rnds and it was tough to get apart. Already had lead build up on the first couple baffles. I kept track of the order the baffles came out, so I could put them back in right. I think the only one that matters is the one with the hole drilled in it. Now I just need a blast cabinet.