Pros: forgiving, long, easy to hit
It's very forgiving. Contact almost anywhere on the face will come off clean and straight. You only have to worry about swing path issues to ensure your ball flight is solid.
It's also a fairly long club. I have a noticeable yardage gap between my 5-iron and my 4-hybrid on average shots, and I can rival my 3-wood with long shots.
Going into 2011 it's not one of the hot new clubs, but still a great choice. For the price you can find it for on eBay, this club is a steal.
This was the first hybrid that I played seriously, and I love it. It's changed how I play long par 3s, long par 4s and par 5s.
That the club's launch angle is a little lower than normal. It gets the ball off the ground easily, but it's not designed to pop the ball up high. It's probably a little high on the "boring ball flight" side.