Got my SAF-200 yesterday. Thanks to Tactical Imports for very speedy shipping, also your "discrete" packaging gave me a chuckle. A lot heavier than expected, much like a PE-90, they are heavy guns. Fit and finish is not as nice as a Swiss Arms but isn't bad. I noticed the top rail and the front rail system is slightly off, though when mounting items I did not encounter any problems. Did a basic take down of the carbine and I didn't notice any burrs and metal flakes at all. It looks solidly built, you can definalty blungeon someone with this and have no fear of it breaking.
Controls are a bit stiff, may need some breaking in. The adjustment button on the stock is a bit iffy, is difficult sometimes get the stock to collapse when it is completely extened. Cheek weld isn't all the confortable either since your pushing up against the metal adjustment button. I was also surpised to find that there is a hidden compartment in the integrated foregrip (I didn't see it mentioned anywhere) so its possible to stow a small cleaning kit/batteries and the like in it. Comes with a very basic cleaning kit, and a sling, no instructions were present in my package.
I am not sure how durable to magazines will be there is a bit of flex to them and they are completely polymer. I would have preferred something like a Glock Mag, with a metal frame and a polymer shell for added durability (I drop my Glock mags on concrete all the time, no issues)
Built like a brick sh*t house - feels very durbale
Controls a bit stiff
Finish is good overall, some areas are a bit spotty (Minor IMHO), specifically on mine part of the top rail and the barrel tip.
Long Term Durability of Magazines - Time will tell, they are quite exspensive ($65 each)
Range report to follow.