I have had a pair of the 1080p offroad version for about 2 years. I’m not sure if they are a slightly different version or what since they are older. This is a good price.
Best perspective, easy to set, no futzing with where the camera is pointing (but it is slightly adjustable vertically).
Easy to use buttons/lights - checking what mode it is in and whether it is recording or not is easily done yourself. No more video of your friends faces right in front of the camera and giving a thumbs up.
Great sound - my Gopro type cameras always have crappy sound in their protective case or wind noise when out and on top of my helmet or mounted to my chest. Never have that problem with these in my helmet. Other uses my vary.
Cons - While I list a lot more cons, none are really BAD, this is just in comparison to a GoPro.
Not the most comfortable to wear. As mentioned by others, I would also rather were my regular goggles unless I am videoing.
Camera and battery limit field of view
Pictures is decent, but not great. I just uploaded this video as it is the only “virgin” video I have that I didn’t edit and potentially screw up the quality during export: http://youtu.be/a6VygDzFfw4
I think the quality on youtube is still slightly worse than the original.
Only one real “view” option. Can’t mount anywhere else.
Clumsy on and off. Instead of video of your friends faces, you will have random shaky video of you pulling the goggles forward while you look at the lights.
Very fish-eyey - watching my own vids from this often makes me nauseous.