I have not personally shot one but I have talked to many people who have and they all seem to think very highly of the rifle. I was actually seriously considering it myself for my first rifle but then I found a nice used Savage Modle 12 setup I couldn't refuse.
Anyhow the Prohunter seems like a great hunting rifle. The whole setup is pretty darn light and feels solid. The synthetic stock leaves something to be desired when it comes to looks but I am told it soaks up recoil amazingly well. You will notice that the stock doesn't even come with a recoil pad. Instead you have an adjustable spacer system. Like I said I have never shot one but I am told that the stock makes a .308 feel like a .223.
Depending on your caliber you should expect 1 MOA or less accuracy with this rifle giver decent ammo.
The rifle has a detacable synthetic magazine that feels pretty cheap(simply due to its weight, or lack there of) but I am told that it is damn near indestructable and of course will never rust like a metal mag might. The action is also smooth as hell. Should you need a follow up shot you will be able to cycle the action quickly and easily.
Overall I would say that aestetically the rifle falls on its face but few can beat it for functionality. It is one tough rifle.