In all honesty, the OP's question is a pretty hard one - the SCAR doesn't really have too many negatives. And if I came off as hardnosed, it really was driven by the comment that the gun is a POS (stated twice, BTW) just because it is difficult to take apart the trigger module. Respectfully, that has very little to do with how well the gun functions and shoots....
Consider these positive [hey, I'm an optimist, what can I say?] aspects:
 Cold hammer forged barrel, hard chromed, life expectancy 30,000 rounds 8) - compare to barrels that last 6,000 to 8,000 elsewhere; with a 1:7" twist (see SIG 556) to stabilize the heavier bullets that help to add punch to 5.56 rounds;
 A two-position adjustable gas port (unsuppressed or suppressed, or clean or fouled) - [again, see SIG 556];
 A 20 ounce bolt carrier (versus 11 ounces in an AR-15, and 12 ounces in the M-16) so that the added mass, combined with the accuracy-enhancing multi-lug rotating bolt, ensures the bolt returns into battery, and gets rid of the M16/AR15 forward assist plunger [although if you really miss that "feature" :roll: - you can always push on the charging handle];
 A dual-position adjustable comb is standard for the use of tall mounts and rings, and also standard is the six-position collapsible stock (length of pull can be adjusted for each user/heavy gear/layered clothing, for those of us who rock & roll up in the mountains on occasions) & yes, AR fans, it has a folding stock;
 Five (count 'em) super-solid sling mounts on the gun, three on one side, two on the other;
 Full length built in top rail is standard (see SIG SWAT) - no need to align rails with upper receivers, pull hand guards, unless you would rather wrench on them than go out & shoot them;
 FN proprietary rear BUIS is detachable, adjusts for windage with dual vertical drums on the sides, and features a horizontal wheel at the foot of the rear apeture indexed to adjust for range, from 200 up to 600 meters;
 Front sight is hooded, cam locks into position or stowed, and comes zeroed from the factory (<-- read that again, target fiends), is detent adjustable for elevation, and the rear sight aperture is designed to overlap the front sight circular hood that aids in rapid sight alignment with irons;
 A charging handle that reciprocates with the bolt (very SIG 556 like) but can be switched to either the right or the left side (thus operated with strong hand or weak hand) - I really like this, not only because it is ambidextrous, but because you can keep your cheek on the stock, hand on the grip, eyes on the target, and can drop/add a mag & rack the bolt with your left hand (yep, I'm a righty) to get the gun back in action faster;
 Four-prong Primary Weapons Systems (PWS) double baffled muzzle brake [look no further for aftermarket improvements here];
 Single stage trigger - no creep, no stacking, no slack (very subjective, but to shoot one is to know...);
 Unmistakable in profile (the range rats will swarm you - be warned), and I like the flat dark earth color - it is "period correct" for our desert wars period of history, for the collectors in the house;
 It breaks down without any tools (assuming no barrel swap) - if you want to see how easy it is, log onto FN's website, click on the Military/LE link, and look at the video of the soldier field stripping one on the hood of a HUMVEE; and
 You could own what very well may become the weapon of the future for our military (remember, Special Operations Forces elites come from all four branches) today, before our own soldiers get theirs (although they will get that full auto switch out of the box) if we don't run out of taxpayer money before we Americans come back to our senses in future elections!
Is this a great country or what! And no, I don't work for FN - I am just an ordinary red-blooded wild-eyed Southern boy who likes a quality gun, or car, or motorcycle, or boat, and saves his pennies so he can buy quality. You know what they say - if it's worth owning, it's worth saving up for....
Ullie, you wise "old wolf" - I have to say I've learned a lot from you reading this board (you, sir, are a force) and I am stoked you, too, want a SCAR. You hold one, you scrutinize it, you freakin' know...top of the line quality is unmistakable. You know the FNC, as well, I see - in my book, that tells me all I need to know.... 8) Rock on, "old wolf" - rock on!