I can't get enough of my Phantom 65. Listeners in front of the kit tell me it sounds like hearing a well-engineered recording, but live. It's got a lot more complexity and character in its tone than most high-end snares I've played, and that tone comes through from the level of the gentlest buzz on through to chunky rimshots.
Vukan is really onto something with these low mass, spun aluminum shells, and I truly believe he's building a following and community because of it. Oriollo is legit and is offering something that would normally cost twice as much when you look at the landscape of boutique instruments. It all seems too good to be true but it's not, props to Oriollo.
I got mine about a month ago, and I must say, one of the best snare drums I have tried.
I have a some Yamahas, and some custom snares, Longo's, Dunnett, Antonio and others. The Oriollo Phantom is a world class instrument!