Installation looks pretty simple. It looks much easier than crawling up under a kitchen sink and attaching those factory clamps/brackets.
As far as the cut-out, surely the manufacturer provides a cut template. Just lay it on and tape it down, trace it and cut to the line. Some templates even show how the rim will fit around the edges. This is a major plus because you can see where the edge will be in relation to the backsplash or the wall and the front edge of the counter.
Seems to me, if you like it, the pros win. The cons aren't much different than any other sink.
Tom in KY, you've done bigger things! You can handle this too.
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