CONS: Top of board: Spacing and size of ESC solder through holes are really poor. There's little soldering room to keep wires a "healthy" distance apart and the ESC power pads could do with being a LOT larger diameter with more copper around the periphery to make soldering more durable - as could the signal and ground pads... space them out more and make them larger. I resorted to having to use a multimeter to check for shorts - as these pads are so close to each other...
Bottom of board: Exposed solder joints and surface mount LEDS - seriously, why?Are ALL open to the elements and contact with nice wet shorting grass... and rocks and stuff... so either 3D print yourself some sort of transparent guard or just coat the entire underside in something like liquid electrical tape to help prevent damage to this pcb.
The quality of the board is exceptional. It's everything that it has been touted to be and is a great way to cleanup you wiring and simplify things. Soldering was a little difficult as heating the board sufficiently to draw the solder through can lead to the solder bleeding to the next closest hole in some parts. Overall, I'm very happy with the board and would recommend it highly.
This power distribution board makes for a really clean build with the Emaxx nighthawk 250. There are tons of 250 class racers out there, for the money this frame is a no brainer. This IS the only purpose made Pdb for the nighthawk and it works great. 5 or 9 volt filtered power for your camera and vtx ensures a clean signal. There are multiple auxiliary pads that you can tap into for anything, LEDs, Osd , etc. The documentation provided on github is well done and won't leave you scratching your head. If you do have any questions about the Pdb there is a thread on rcgroups and the designer, builder is on there all the time so there are answers. This is a great power distribution board for a great budget frame that makes for a clean build.