I produce electronic music modules and use a scope all the time (in fact my intro to electronics in the 70s was in repairing and calibrating Tektronix and HP scopes for 7 years so I like to think I know something about them). My Tek TDS 1002 started playing up and it was causing me issues with my small production line and really don't have time to try and fix it (I think it's an ASIC fault) - it cost £350 second hand from eBay. I needed a replacement in a hurry and did a bit of research and the Hantek DSO5062B came to my attention, large colour screen, 60MHz BW, up to 1M memory depth etc. Basically it met all the specs of the Tek TDS 1002 and then some for around £320 and free delivery.
It turned up within 3 working days. The build quality looks great, every bit as good as the Tek scope. The screen is fantastic, large clear, logically laid out and just generally very nice to use. All the controls feel right. You can make the menu column dissapear for really wide traces. Oh and a 3 year Hantek warranty is really worth having - a testament to the confidence they have in the quality.
It has no obvious far east foibles like dodgy fonts or spelling mistakes. The only very minor point is the timebase operates in 2, 4, 8 steps instead of the 1, 2, 5 steps I'm used to but what the heck.
Overall a really nice little scope, well spec'd, well built, cheap as chips. I have not got round to playing with the software and USB functions yet but expect to be satisfied and for now it's doing a fine job