I ordered the product a while ago and had some trouble receiving it, but the seller was awesome in handling the problems and helping me to receive it. I am totally happy with buying here and the product itself!
Install instructions are good if you are not a novice with linux, however, one line could be added (in section 4) which would clear up a confusing setup. On the "Enable X Windows On PiScreen" page there should be a line requiring people to use chmod on the "xinput_calibrator_pointercal.sh", which is downloaded, to include execution. If this is not done you will be stuck at a login screen until you fix it. One other suggestion would be to indicate that the "Force X windows to Load to PiScreen Automatically on boot" is not needed for Debian Jessie installations. inittab does not even exist or used in that installation.
This product performed remarkably well, the touchscreen is very responsive and the screen is fast and vibrant.
After buying a cheap screen on eBay and having issues with the display being closed source, precompiled kernel and generally just being a pain, I'm happy to report this screen was easy to setup with the notro codebase installed with the Raspberry Pi kernel. A one line option inside config.txt (dtoverlay=piscreen2r) and the screen worked flawlessly.
Communication was also excellent, less than 1 day response for a question regarding the SPI configuration of the screen. Included with the screen was also a stylus, 2 plastic supports, cool looking circuit board and a sticker.
Overall I'm very happy with this screen and if I need another screen in the future I'll probably get it from OzzMaker.
I bought one of these in order to make my Raspberry Pi with a battery pack into a portable IMU for developmental purposes. My aim was to be able to use the RPi and this module from Python and make the first exploratory tests for some movement-related projects and thanks to the great documentation and examples provided by the creator, I was up and running in no time. Feels great to avoid any real low level coding when all I really want is a quick general sense of the forces involved in some movements. My Python module for interfacing with the BerryIMU can be found on Github (https://github.com/hbldh/pyberryimu), for anyone desiring to use it.
This product couldn't be better for the price. The touchscreen works very well and, combined with a battery, it turns my Raspberry Pi into a great handheld retro gaming device. Questions were answered within a few hours and delivery from Australia to the UK only took 7 days. Excellent product from an excellent company. I would definitely buy from them again in the future.
The piscreen works great. the screen size is just right. only concern was getting the software to drive the screen. had to poke around a lot to find the correct software. http://ozzmaker.com/piscreen/PiScreenImage-SDCard-1.6.zip no included documentation where to find software/drivers otherwise device works great, a lot better than others i have tried