It's about time. It only took 'em 40 fucking years of getting hosed by 900 meter capable RPGs to wake up and figure out that we needed a weapon to reply in kind. I had a Carl Gustav in my 2nd Ranger Bn company arms room in 19fucking77. I was in a Ranger Weapons Platoon (M19 60mm mortars, 90mm recoiless, and M47 Dragon missiles). We were very much in the market for something more capable than a LAW and more portable/mission flexible/jumpable/longer ranged than the M67 Recoilless rifle. We were considering adopting the Gustav back then. Didn't happen until many years later. Probably because of a Not Invented Here syndrome.
Better late than never. It's a belated step forward for our conventional infantry. Just like fixed head space and timing M2s finally adopted 15 years after some of our Euro allies started fielding them.