Actually, more of a first impression than a full review... So, that was quick, all the way from China... First impression is that it is very solidly made. Quite a heft to it. A quick panic on seeing dust in the mechanism was resolved by getting the blower out - the dust was on the recessed rear element I couldn't get a cloth to. The mounting plate was very easy to mount - no drama there. It would sit happily inside any case with a bit of flex/silicone in the mix. The bayonet is a little difficult to site but once in place turns the requisite 90 degrees easily and sits firmly. The lens hood is big enough that you can put your phone down screen-side-up and the lens won't get rested on or scratched. So what do the photos look like... Actually, I am quite impressed. There seems to be no diminution in sharpness in the centre and most of the way across the frame. But let's be reasonable, this is a phone lens add-on that cost $99 (plus all the hidden US sales taxes and shipping). It is less sharp at the edges - in a way that really doesn't matter to me. It might even be a bonus. In field of view, it is noticeably narrower and gives the compression that comes with that, which I like. There is maybe some chromatic aberration but, as I am not an expert, I cannot tell how much this differs from the situation without the lens. To show the impact of the lens, I thought a comparison would be useful. These photos are straight out of the iPhone 6S with no processing - just reduced in size for posting here. First up, a landscape... No Moment Tele 2 by Ade posted Oct 11, 2015 at 9:44 PM Moment Tele 2 by Ade posted Oct 11, 2015 at 9:44 PM The top image has no lens. Note the wide field of view and the quite small bench in the background. The second photo has the lens. A much larger bench - and some swirly bokeh in the back. There are not that many shots where you would expect to get a small depth of field with a phone camera but in this case, I rather like the effect. Very Petzval. Now for a portrait. Cue boy with iPad... No Moment Tele 1 by Ade posted Oct 11, 2015 at 9:44 PM Moment Tele 1 by Ade posted Oct 11, 2015 at 9:44 PM The difference here for field of view is quite telling, as is the compression. The photos are taken from exactly the same spot though. Looking closely at the edges of the sofa, there is certainly a lack of focus creeping in on the shot with the Moment Tele. Hardly surprising though and not exactly distracting. We're not talking Lensbaby here. So overall, first impression is good!