Okay, did a quick rundown on AR-15.com, thought i'd share here FWIW:
Bought mine from Classic Arms, 499.99 plus shipping and transfer, into it for about 530.00. Classic shipped really fast.
Fit feels tight everywhere, safety is seriously tight, and dust cover is way tighter to remove and replace than the old MAK-90's I used to own which are my only other experience with AK's. The entire gun feels really solid.
Rails look nice, the cool combo gasblock/front sight is nice. Rail covers are a bunch of the little short ones, rubber and fit fine. Front sight is not in the least canted as far as I can tell. Weapon had been test fired (but not cleaned afterwards), ran a mop through it and dusted off the bolt.
Tapco stock is solid and well attached, but abysmally short for a tall guy, will be replacing that.
Promag magazine supplied is wobbly side-to-side as others have mentioned. Difficult to insert, easy to do wrong, and already looked chewed up after only two go-rounds, if someone wants it they can have it , but I sure wouldn't bet my life on it and won't be using it. Metal surplus mag fit just fine, nice and solid, I have several more on the way from AIM surplus.
The Hogue grip is a really nice feature!
Forgot how much more an AK punches the shoulder, not cushy at all like my AR, but no biggie, a better stock with a decent pad should fix that.
The rear sight is not one of the plus'es of this gun, small, teeny tiny gap, hard to see through with older eyeballs. That being said, it was only one click off from the factory from being perfectly aligned as far as windage goes. The front sight is hooded, and the post from the factory sits up pretty high, but it shot acceptably low from the short distance I was shooting at, probably right on the money at 100 yards or so.
There was a little more scuffing on the gun overall than I like to see on a new gun, but it had to travel a long ways and had a lot done to it before I ever saw it, so no biggie.
It doesn't say anything but Romanian on Classic's site, but it is definitely an M&M, the box says it, and it's all over the gun. The machine work is obviously CNC, not some dremel hack.
Comes with a side-mount fixture already on the gun, so no drilling if you want to mount a conventional scope, this is a very nice feature.
I only shot at 20 yards or so, my eyes are old and bad, so a scope is a necessity for me to really check the accuracy of a rifle at longer ranges, but after getting it adjusted, I put 30 rounds into one ragged hole about the size of one of the new dollar coins, dead in the center. I imagine with a machine rest that it should shoot 1.5-2.0 MOA from 100 with decent ammo.
All in all a nice little rifle, will be shot for pleasure, maybe hunt a deer or two, and of course a nice plenty-of-ammo-to-be-had-laying-around zombie apocalypse gun to have in the collection.