Amazon.com for $79.99 including 2 batteries, a mini tripod, screen protectors, cleaning kit, wireless remote. I'm extremely satisfied with the build quality of this grip.. The shutter button feels almost exactly the same, the only difference is the second click, the actual shutter releasing.. The auto focus "bump" feels the same, but the actual shutter release isn't as much of a "snap" or "click" as the normal button, it feels a bit softer or something.. The wheel is a bit less snappy too, it's just barely noticeable, but it definitely doesn't effect the performance or usage of it.. The camera feels 100X easier to hold and balance with my flash attached now. The camera was so top heavy before (and that's without a big lens) with the flash on, it was so exhausting to hold it.. Now it's awesome. Here's the pics (Sorry about the crappy quality, they were taken with my Canon PowerShot A590.. which is a huge POS) Packaging was kinda cheesy, but it was protected and packed well.. It totally changes the feel and look of the camera. I have very big hands, and if you look at this shot you can see in the normal grip, my ring finger and pinky finger aren't even on the camera.. They just float underneath the body.. But, with the grip, they have a place to rest, and I can tell you that it's an amazing feeling to have such a hold on the camera now.. it's so much more stable in my hands. This is a nice advantage too, not having to angle your wrist or whole arm at obscure angles to take portrait oriented shots. Another cool thing is that it doesn't say Opteka ANYWHERE on the grip.. Someone looking at it would find no clues of it being a 3rd party brand unless they were 100% familiar with the Canon grip already. Here's a comparison of the shutter buttons on the grip, then the normal camera body. There's definitely some differences in design, but the location and essential functions of the buttons remain the same... Overall for the price of everything, I'm EXTREMELY satisfied. If you don't have a grip on your camera, get one, it's a whole different camera now.