Yes, I would say a good buy, with a few qualifications. On the plus side, the fact that in comes with rain, wind and temp as separate sensors makes it far more flexible as regards siting than all in one units. This also means that individual items can be easily replaced at relatively low cost.
This brings me on to the downside, that electronics and the outdoors are not an ideal match, and failures of these units are fairly common, although possibly no more than other brands. As regards my own experience, my wind sensor is still running after four years, my rain sensor failed at three years, as did the temp.