I couldn't be happier with his glove. The price is fair, the comfort level is perfect. It's protects the hand enough to where you don't worry about it.
I tried on the higher level Brian's gloves, and just didn't see enough of a difference to warrant a $200 increase in price.
The strap system is pretty standard. You can set it up to be snug, or you can set it up to play loose, depending on preference.
On ice took about 3 games to get comfortable (I don't get much practice time). It's not fully broken in, but it's to the point where I don't think about it. The puck has popped out on me only once, and that was in warmups. My last two gloves were Reebok and I seemed to have issues with popping.
I haven't had any issues trying to cover the puck, and it hasn't ruined me playing the puck, as I don't cross hands over on stick play.
I would recommend this glove for any goalie, especially one trying to put together an equipment setup on the cheap. It's hard to argue with the price tag they have set up. You also know you are getting a quality product since Brian's is as good as there is.