I've wanted to throw at this board since the first time I saw one. The price was prohibitive then, so I was thrilled to recently find this board on Darts.com at a lower price than most standard bristle boards at our local sporting goods stores!
The precision of The Bandit is impeccable, from the measurements to the stenciling to the outer edge cover which holds the number ring in place and will make board rotation easier than any board I've ever used. Two mount brackets are included: a traditional steel and a new hard plastic (nylon?) bracket designed for smoother rotation. The powder-coat number ring is bright white and so easy to read, and even the bent-wire numbers are more precise than any I've seen. The light areas of the board are brighter than most, increasing optical contrast even in lower-light conditions.
The only drawback to The Bandit that I can find is that the bristles seem to be packed a touch looser than most boards I've used. This is most likely due to differences in the manufacturing process over more traditional boards where the spider is stapled on after the board is assembled. This may result in a slightly lower life-expectancy, only time will tell. That said, I would buy this board again in a heartbeat for the pleasure of playing on such a precise surface.
I've tried every board imaginable in my 40+ years at darts, and even the ones that employ anti-bound out technologies bound out all to frequently. In several weeks on The Bandit however, myself, my team mates and my opponents have not endured a single one.