I've had mine for a few days now, and got to try it out at the range for a couple hours last week. Smooth communication with Brian (who owns Tron-Tac) and quick shipping, and he seems very interested in end-user feedback, which is always welcome.
There are a few minor tweaks I would make to the pouch, but as is, it's a solid product. My initial impressions are that the construction is excellent, with obvious attention to detail (like the cross-stitching on the loop panel). Current price is $40, which I think is reasonable, compared to $35 for a First Spear TQ Pouch or $25 for a SORD TQ Cover. I've included several pictures of the pouch. If you guys have any specific questions or want to see any other details of the pouch, let me know, and I'll do my best to accommodate you.
Front view with CAT
Pouch open. Note the webbing strap in the center of the pouch, intended to use in conjunction with a rubber band to retain the TQ.
Pouch open with CAT for size reference.
Pouch open with SOFTT-Wide.
Top view. Note two elastic loops for a Sharpie or pen. The Sharpie gets slightly in the way of closing the pouch tightly because of the pull-tab placement. I would probably relocate the elastic loops to the underside of the pouch, or even inside the front flap.
Another view of the top of the pouch.
MOLLE attachment method. It works, but I prefer MALICE clips with wider-than-spec MOLLE webbing to allow for centering the pouch on plate carriers with both odd and even numbers of MOLLE columns.
Admin slip pocket with hook and loop closure. This doesn't increase the footprint of the pouch at all, but does add a bit of depth. I would be using this on a Mayflower APC and LPAAC, both of which have integrated admin pockets, so it's redundant for me. I'd like to see the option to omit this for users who don't need it.
Right side of pouch. You can see how the flap isn't closed all the way due to the presence of the Sharpie. Simple solution is to close the pouch first, then stick the Sharpie in there.
Pouch mounted on the upper chest of a Mayflower LPAAC.
Another angle of the pouch mounted on an LPAAC.
Side view of pouch on an LPAAC. There is sufficient clearance for accessing magazines stored directly under the pouch. Keep in mind that the LPAAC has three rows of MOLLE on the upper chest. If this was on a small/medium Assault Plate Carrier with only two rows of MOLLE on the chest, there wouldn't be as much space. If you're running double mag pouches or something like a TACO that has some give to it, there should be no issues, but don't plan on using this in conjunction with mags stored in a kangaroo pocket insert.
As worn, side view. (LPAAC only has soft armor inserts, no plates.)